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INDEX TO PUBLICATIONS. 



1 879 -1 889. 



BY 



WILLIAM STETSON MERRILL. 



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CAMBRIDGE : 

JOHN WILSON AND SON. 

1891. 



ARCH^OLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. 



Council, 1890-91. 

SETH LOW, President. 

CHARLES ELIOT NORTON, Vice-President. 

GEORGE A. ARMOUR. 

LEVI L. BARBOUR. 

DAVID L. BARTLETT. 

MARTIN BRIMMER. 

FREDERIC J. DE PEYSTER. 

ARTHUR L. FROTHINGHAM, Jr. 

CHARLES L. HUTCHINSON. 

FRANKLIN MACVEAGH. 

ALLAN MARQUAND. 

AUGUSTUS C. MERRIAM. 

WILLIAM H. METCALF. 

FRANCIS PARKMAN. 

MARTIN A. RYERSON. 

STEPHEN SALISBURY. 

THOMAS D. SEYMOUR. 

RUSSELL STURGIS. 

CHARLEMAGNE TOWER, Jr. 



PREFACE. 



This Index covers the following works, which are desig- 
nated by the letters here prefixed : — 

A. i. to X. — Annual Reports of the Executive Committee of the Insti- 

tute ; I. to X. Cambridge. 1880-89. 

B. i. and ii. — American Series of Papers of the Institute ; I., II. 

Boston. 188 1, 1884. 

C. i. — Classical Series of Papers of the Institute ; I. Boston. 1882. 

D. — J. T. Clarke : Doric Shaft and Base found at Assos. Baltimore. 

1886. 

E. — J. T. Clarke : Proto-Ionic Capital from the Site of Neandreia. 

Baltimore. 1886. 

F. — W.H.Ward: Notes on Oriental Antiquities. Baltimore. 1887. 

G. i. to vii. — Annual Reports of the Managing Committee of the Ameri- 
can School of Classical Studies at Athens ; I. to VII.* 

H. i. and ii. — Bulletins of the School of Classical Studies at Athens ; 
I., II. Boston. 1883, 1885. 

I. i. to iv. — Papers of the American School of Classical Studies at 
Athens; I. to IV. Boston. 1885, r888. 

* References are made to these Reports as printed in independent pamphlets, 
with duplicate references in parentheses to the combined Reports of the Institute 
and the School. 



VI PREFACE. 

K. — J. R. S. Sterrett: Preliminary Report of an Archsological Jour- 
ney made in Asia Minor during the Summer of 1884. 
Boston. 1885. 

L, — W. H. Ward: Report on the Wolfe Expedition to Babylonia, 
1884-85. Boston. 1886. 

M. i. — Bulletin of the Institute ; I. 

N. — J. T. Clarke: Gargara, Lamponia, and Pionia, Towns of the 
Troad. Baltimore. 1888. 

When several references are made to the same work, the 
letter designating that work is given only with the first page- 
reference; for example, under Acuco, 13, 14, 16, 21-23, ^^1 
refer to pages of B. i., but B. i. is named only with 13. 



W. S. M. 



The Newberry Library, Chicago, 
January i, 1891. 



INDEX. 



Aa (goddess), representations of, F. i8. 
Abbot, on theatre at Assos, C. i. 38. 
Abbott, C. C, Primitive industry, A. x. 

102. 
Abuhabba, L. 23; tablet of, T. 16, 18. 
Abydos, A. i. 125 ; founded, C. i. 68 ; 

hills of, A i. 125. 
Accad, identified, L. 25. 
Acha, identified, B. i. 23. 
Achaia (Roman province), its inhabit- 
ants transported to Dacia, A. i. 105. 
Achermos's statue of Nike, A x. 73 ; 

epigram on its pedestal, in ib. 
Acoma, descriptions of, B. i. 14 ; Indian 

houses at. A, i. 45 ; Qq'ueres name, 

B. i. 14 n. 
Acorn-cups, used for dyeing, A, i. 146. 
Acosta, J. de. Hist, natural y moral de 

las IndiaSj B. ii. 109. 
Acrostic inscription at Syghyrlik, I. iii. 

3"-3M- 
Acrotimus, an Icarian, 6. vii. 84, 85, 86. 
Acta sanctorum Leonis et Paregorii, I. i. 

95- 

Acuco or Tutahaco, position of, B. i. 
13 ; identified, 14, 16 ; idiom of, iden- 
tified, 21-23, •^- '^- 37- 

" Ad metalla damnati," the workers of 
the Roman mines in Dacia, A. i. 105. 

Adalia, inscription at, I. ii. 222-224. 

Adramyttion, founded, C. i. 69 ; taken 
by Henri de Hainault, 76, 



Adramyttion gulf, its coasts seldom 
visited, C. i. 4-5 ; the resorts of 
pirates, 5. 

Aedilicius (vicus), in inscription of 
Antiochia (Pis.), I. ii. 138, 143. 

Aegean islands, products of, A. i. no; 
towns of, 130-131 ; importance in 
14th century, 140. 

Aegean sea, colonies on, A. i. 115; 
cleared of pirates, 140. 

Aegina, inscriptions of, I. iv. 181 ; 
sculptures of its temple, C. i. 1 18. 

Aelianus, C. Jul. Flac, in inscriptions 
on milestones, I. ii. 277, 292, 293. 

Aelianus, Tib. Plautius Silvanus, in in- 
scription of Kiosk, I. ii. 6. 

Aeolian Greeks, territory in nth cen- 
tury before Christ, C. i, 66. 

Aeolians, settlement of the Troad, C. i. 
67. 

Aeolic Mysia and Lesbos, map, C. i. 48 ; 
same, described, 48, 49. 

Aeolic form iaai, in inscription of 
Assos, I. i. 6 

Aeschines, De falsa legal., on the Pnyx, 
I. iv. 212; In Tim., scholia on the 
Pnyx, 213 ; In Timarch., on the Pnyx, 
240. 

Aeschylus, Persae, on the battle of 
Salamis, I. i. 242 «., 246-248, 251, 
254 n. ; Persae, scholia, 245 «. ; Medi- 
cean life of, 246 n. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers, 

E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. 



G- = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
G. =Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



Aesculapius (Asklepios), sacred enclos- 
ure of, at Athens, I. i. 170 ; sacrifice 
to, G. vii. 85, 86 ; worship revived in 
Troad, N. 27 ; see also Asklepios. 

Africa, archaeological research in, A. i. 
21. 

African Gold Coast, mode of collecting 
gold practised by inhabitants, A. i. 109. 

Agathon's " dedication '' at Dodona, 
versification of, I. iv. 69. 

Aghlan, inscription at, I. ii. 37-38, 324. 

Aghras (Agrae), inscriptions at, I. iii. 

335-337- 
Agrae, identified, I. iii. 335 ; inscrip- 
tions at, I. iii. 335-337. 
Agriculture, Mexican methods of, B. ii. 

95-96 ; neglected in Asia Minor, A. 

i. 147. 
Agrippa, in Asia Minor, fines the 

Ilians, I. i. 42-43. 
Agrippina, on coins and in inscriptions 

of Mytilene, I. i. 53. 
Aguas Calientes, identified, B. i. 23. 
Ahuitzotl, efiigy of, B. ii. 74, 75-76. 
Ai'azmana, I. iii. 406. 
Aietes, the Colchian, A. i. 109. 
Aietes, at Tomi, A. i. 113. 
Aigaiai, in inscription of Assos, I. i. 27. 
Aigina, stele from, D. 10 ; see also 

Aegina. 
Aiolians, called Pelasgians, N. 20 ; see 

also Aeolians. 
Ai'plar, inscription at, I. iii. 276. 
Ai'pler, inscription at, I. ii. 184. 
Ai'valii, inscriptions at, I. iii. 223-224, 

281. 
Aivaly, N. 8 n. 

Akardja Tepesi, ruins on, I. iii. 79. 
Akarib, L. 21 ; antiquities at, 21. 
Akerkuf, L. 24. 
Akherli Pazar, I. iii. 133 ; inscriptions 

at, 133, 134- 
Ak Kilisse, I. iii. 125; inscriptions at, 
125-128. 



Ak Pufiar Deresi, L iii. 159- 

Ak Serai (Archelai's), I. ii. 228; in- 
scriptions at, 228-229. 

Ak Shehir (Phelomelium), inscription 
at, I. ii. 165. 

Ak Su, source of, I. iii. 52, ?79, 281 ; 
headwaters of, 332. 

Ak Tepe, fortress and altar on, I. iii. 
175; inscriptions on, 176. 

Aktchelar, stones at, I. iii. 182 ; inscrip- 
tions, 181-182. 

Aktche Pufiar, inscription at, I. iii. 97- 
98. 

Alab^nda, worship of Dea Roma in, I. 
i. 25. 

Ala Dagh ; ascent of ; peaks, I. iii. 79. 

Aladja Dagh, I. iii, 142. 

Alambra, antiquities found in a tomb 
near, M. i. 37. 

Alameda pueblo, altered distance of, 
from river, A. v. 88. 

Alarcon, F., voyage up the Colorado ; 
Relation de \sd\ navigation, etc., B. i. 

IS »■ 
Alata, plateau near, I, iii. 80. 
Alata Su, caiion of, I. iii. 50, 51, 95 ; 

source ; villages on, 79. 
Albistan, inscription at, I. ii. 294, E. 

37 ; inscriptions near, I. ii. 295-298. 
Albucius, C, in inscription of Anti- 

ochia (Pis.), I. ii. 129. 
Aldenhoven, F., on site of Icaria, G. 

vii. 51 ; map of northeastern Attica, 

98 (pi. i.). 
Aldjibar, inscriptions at, I. iii. 403-404. 
Aleman, hacienda de, mounds on, B. ii. 

269-270. 
Alexander the Great, conquest of 

Mysia, C. i. 73. 
Alexandria (Egypt), in inscription of 

Tralleis, I. i. 108 ; archaeological dis- 
coveries at, A. X. 64. 
Alexandria Troas, A. i. 144-145. 
Alexius, annexes Troad, C. i. 76. 



A. == Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers, C, = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E, = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



All Agha Tchiftlik, inscriptions at, I. 

ii. 9-10. 
Ali Sumasii Dagh, ruins on ; window 

support at (with cut), I. iii. 159. 
Alieros or Palaiopolis, identified, I. ii. 

Alitchardji, inscriptions at, I. iii. 138- 

'39- 
AUcios, Kai/iijpSoTpoyijiSfo, N. 15. 
Almassen, inscriptions : M. Aup. Tlaniav 

Oiirpavov, I. iii. 30, 31; 'Avrdvios; 

Novvvov 'I/i/Ao(jAio?, 31 ; T(^. KAaiJSioj 

Overpavos, 33; 'A^poSeifflc}, 33; two 

fragments, 34. 
Allen, F. De F., appointed director of 

American School, G. iv. 18 ; opens 

School, v-vi. 9 ; On Greek versifica' 

Hon in inscriptions, in I, iv. 35-204 ; 

list of inscriptions used in this essay, 

161-204. 
Alona, identified, A. x. 107. 
Altes, abode of, according to Homer, 

C. i. 60. 
Altii KapU, inscriptions at, I. iii. 217- 

218. 
Alyattes, source of his wealth, C. i. 68. 
Amazons, tale of the, B. i. 5. 
American Aborigines, see Indians. 

antiquarian, A. x. 96. 

archaeology, progress of, A. i. 

17-18; scope, 18, 19; method to be 
ethnological, 30; character and im- 
portance, iii. 19-22 ; recent progress 
in Haynes's essay, in x. 95-105; 
women's work in, 105 ; work in 
Arizona and New Mexico during 
1888-89, Bandelier's essay, in 106- 
108 ; ethnological method of, 107 ; 
recent work in Mexico ; influence 
of the coming national exhibition 
on, 108. 

colleges invited to support the 

American School, G. i-iii. 8, (A. iii. 
54). 



American journal of archceology, A. vi. 
46; scope and management of, vii. 
38-39 ; made the official organ of the 
American School, G. vii. 20 ; to pub- 
lish papers of the American School ; 
to receive a subsidy from the Insti- 
tute, A. X. 39. 

Philological Association, gift to 

the American School, G. i-iii. 14, 
(A. iv. 52). 

pottery, modes of decoration, 



A. V. 82. 

School at Athens, importance 

of establishing, A. ii. 35-37 ; general 
scheme for, 36-37 ; committee on 
project, appointed, G. i-iii. 4, (A. iii. 
50) ; established, A. iii. 45-46 ; com- 
mittee on, appointed, G. i-iii. 3, (A. 
iii. 49) ; committee holds first meet- 
ing, G. i-iii. 3, (A. iii. 49); given 
$250 a year from gentlemen at Har- 
vard, G. i-iii. 7, (A. iii. 53) ; colleges 
to which circulars on its establish- 
ment were sent, G. i-iii. 8, (A. iii. 
54) ; answers to circulars, G. i-iii. 
9, (A. iii. 55) ; value of co-operative 
plan of supporting, G. i-iii. 10, (A. 
iii. 56) ; success of, A. a. 39 ; relation 
to the Institute, 41 ; value of, 42 ; 
relations with the British School, 
65 ; future relation to American col- 
leges, 66. 

(1882-83), work of the year, G. i-iii. 
1 1 seq. (A. iv. 49 seq^ ; first opened ; 
quarters, G. i-iii. 13, (A. iv. 51); 
Wednesday evening meetings, G. i-iii. 
15-16, (A. iv. 53-54) ; Monday even- 
ing meetings; Saturday excursions, 
G. i-iii. 16, (A. iv. 54) ; iub-commit- 
tee on circular of the School ap- 
pointed, G. i-iii. 19, (A. v. 103) ; 
success of first year, A. iv. 29-30 ; 
acquisition and furnishing of quar- 
ters, H. i. 5-6; plan of work, 8-9; 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



4 



INDEX. 



American School at Athens, continued. 
treatment of members by Hellenes, 
9-10; interest of U. S. government in, 
10; value of study at, 15-17, 20-21 ; 
purpose of, 17-18 ; exploration at, 
18-19 ; study of modern Greek, 21- 
23 ; a home for students, 24-25. 

(1883-1884), work of the year, G. 
i-iii. 22 seq. (A. v. 106 seq.) ; early mis- 
sion of, G. i-iii. 29, (A. v. 113) ; to be 
noticed in college catalogues, H. ii. 22. 

(1884-S5), work of the year, G. iv. 
14 seq. ; school year at, 7 ; attendance, 
14, 15; advertised, 15; expenses for 
students, 25. 

(1885-S6), work of the year, G. 
v-vi. 9 seq. ; excavates part of thea- 
tre of Thoricus, 12; to be the head- 
quarters of future expeditions of the 
Institute, A. vii. 39-40. 

(1886-1887), work of the year, G. 
v-vi. 13 seq. ; continues excavation of 
theatre of Thoricus ; excavates the- 
atre at Sikyon, A. viii. 34 ; manage- 
ment ; object of, G. v-vi. 49 ; school 
year at ; superintendence, 50 ; work 
of members, 51 ; list of books used, 
in 55-56 ; routes of travel to, 56 ; visi- 
tors and guests, vii. 26-27 > readings, 
30-31; so-called "reports," 31-32. 

(1887-88), work of the year, G. 
vii. 7-1 1 ; condition of, A. ix. 53-54; 
temporary quarters, G. vii. 7 ; influ- 
ence of, 15; work previous to 1888, 
22 ; value of study at, 27 ; course of 
study, 27-28; excursion to theatre at 
Thoricus, 28 ; to Oropus, 28-29 '< to 
Rhamnus, 29; to Epidaurus and to 
other places, 30; public sessions, 32- 
33 ; importance of original explora- 
tion, 35; services of Greek govern- 
ment to, 35-36; courtesies received, 
36 ; quarters just previously to com- 
pletion of permanent building, 39- 



40; course of work, 40-43; archae- 
ological work, A. ix. 44-49 ; visitors, 
G. vii. 44; tours for topographical 
study, 44-45; resumes excavations 
at Sikyon, 45 ; list of books used, in 
111-114. 

Co-operating colleges (1883-84), G. 
i-iii. 19, (A. v. 101), H. ii. 2; (1884- 
85), G. iv. 4 ; (1886-87), 6- v-vi. 6; 
(1887-88), vii. 5. 

Directors, list of (1883-84), G. i- 
iii. 19, (A. V. 102), H. ii. 2 ; (1882-85), 
G. iv. 4; (1882-87), v-vi. S; (1882- 
88), vii. 4; regulations concerning, 
altered, i-iii. 21, (A. v. 105) ; regula- 
tions for appointing, G. iv. 26 ; duties 
of, v-vi. 50, H. ii. Ii-iz; annual di- 
rector, appointment of, G. i-iii. 28:, 
(A. V. 112) ; advantages and disad- 
vantages of, G. vii. 38-39, H. i. II- 
12 ; proposed assistant annual direc- 
tor, G. vii. 23-24 ; permanent director 
chosen, v-vi. 37-38; change of or- 
ganization of the School regarding 
directors, 48; necessity for perma- 
nent director, vii. 22-23 ! present 
(1889) direction of, A. x. 65-66; re- 
port of director for 1882-83, in H. i. 
3-26; same, presented to managing 
committee, G. i-iii. 25, (A. v. 109) ; 
for 1883-S4, in H. ii. 1 1-14 ; for 1886- 
87, in G. vii. 25-39 ; for 1887-88, in 

39-98- 

Finances: (1881-83), income and 
expenditures, H. i. lo-ii, G. i-iii. 9; 
receipts and expenditures to 1884, 
H. i. 27; (1883-84), income, G. i-iii. 
12, (A. iv. 50) ; schedule of expenses, 
H. ii. 12; income from co-operating 
colleges, 16; balance in treasury, 19; 
rent of building, 21-22; (1884-85), 
appropriations, 18 ; (1882-87), ex- 
penses and receipts, G. v-vi. 24-26 ; 
financial statements, 41-45; (1887- 



A- = Ann. rept. of Inst B^ = Amer. papers. C- = Class, papers. D = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept of School. 



INDEX. 



88), financial statement, vii. 102-103; 
publication of the annual statements, 
H. ii. 20; permanent fund, G. vii. 21, 
A. ix. 35-36. 

Library (1882-83), G. i.-iii. 13-14, 
(A. iv. 51-52), H. i. 7-8; (1883-84), 
6. i-iii. 23, 24, (A. v. 107, 108), H. ii. 
12; (1884-85), G. iv. 17; (1886-87), 
G. v-vi. 25, vii. 25-26; (1887-88), vii. 
16; importance of, 17; transferred 
to permanent building, 40. 

Managing committee, meeting of 
Nov. 5, 1881, G. i-iii. 4, (A. iii. 50) ; 
meeting of April 6, 1882, G. i-iii. 8-9, 
(A. iii. 54-55); time of meeting ap- 
pointed, G. i-iii. 9, (A. iii. 55) ; meet- 
ing of Nov. 17, 1882, G. i-iii. 12, (A. 
iv. 49) ; (1882-83, members, I. i. vi. ; 
semi-annual meeting, H. i. 27-29 ; 
(1883-S4), members, G^ i-iii. 19, (A. 
V. loi), H. ii. I ; 5th semi-annual 
meeting, H. ii. 15-1S; 6th semi-annual 
meeting, 19-24; meeting of Nov. 16, 
1883, G. i-iii. 20, (A. v. 104) ; com- 
mittee appointed to draw up resolu- 
tions on the death of Packard, H. ii. 
19; (1884-85), members, G. iv. 3; 
time of meeting, 7 ; (1885-86), mem- 
bers, v-vi. 3-4; (1886-87), 4-5, 49, 
50; (1887-8S), vii. 3-4. 

Permanent endowment, plan for, A. 
iv. 30-31 ; cost of, H. i. 12-13 ; provis- 
ional committee on, to be appointed, 
28 ; need of, A. v. 31 ; plan for, G. i- 
iii. 26-30, (A. V. 110-114) ; provis- 
ional committee appointed, H. ii. 15; 
report of provisional committee, 16, 
21 ; circular concerning, in G. v-vi. 
26, 27 ; subscriptions for, A. vii. 33- 
34 ; plan for, and for scholarships, 
35; funds raised, viii. 36-39; fund 
in 1889, X. 38. 

Permanent building, question of, 
G. iv. 20 seq. ; importance, A. vi. 44- 



45 ; votes of executive committee of 
Trustees on erection, G. v-vi. 28 ; 
situation, 34; description of, 35-36, 
47 ; plan of, A. vii. 34 ; laying of cor- 
ner stone, viii. 35 ; G. vii. 37-38 ; plate, 
G.vW. frontispiece ; occupied, 8 ; sit- 
uation, 20, A. viii. 35-36 ; furniture ; 
given <t leaded glass window, G. vii. 
2 1 ; progress of building, 38 ; finished, 
40, A. ix. 49. 

Permanent building fund, subscrip- 
tions for, G. iv. 23, A. vi. 46; $1,000 
added; $718 added, G. v-vi. 21, 22; 
committees on, 27, 28 ; increase of, 
26, 27 ; total sum received, 37. 

Permanent building lot, offered by 
Greek government, H. ii. 21, G. iv. 
17, A. vi. 44, G, v-vi. 26; negotia- 
tions for, G. iv. 22-23 i votes of 
thanks, in v-vi. 32-33; transfer of 
the land, 29-33; ^'^^' 3'' 

Publications, editorship of, H. ii. 18; 
plan of committee on, G. i-iii. 25-26, 
(A. v. 109-I10) ; list of (1879-84), H. 
ii. 32; (1879-85), G.iv. 9, 30; (1882- 
88), G. v-vi. 52-53 ; (1882-89), G. vii. 
iio-iii; regulations concerning, H. 
ii. 30-31, G. iv. 29, A. X. 66; Annual 
reports, time of issuing changed, G. 
iv. 6-7 ; Ann. rept. I., in A. iii. 47-56; 
Ann. rept. II., in iv. 47-55 ; Ami. 
rept. III., in v. 99-114, H. ii. II-14; 
Ann. rept. IV., delayed, A. vi. 44, G. 
iv. 6; Ann. rept. V., postponed, G. 
v-vi. 9 ; Ann. rept. VI., postponed, 
A. viii. 33 ; Ann. rept. VII., x. 38-39 ; 
Bulletins, projected, G. i-iii. 5, (A. 
iii. 51); publishing of, H. i. 28, ii. 
17, G. iv. 7 ; Bulletin I., published, 
G. i-iii. 25, (A. v. 109) ; same, dis- 
tributed, G. v-vi. 23; Bulletin III., 
17 ; circular giving prospectus, /W»^ 
ed separately ; circulars on project of 
establishment, in i-iii. 4-7, (A. iii. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L- = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



INDEX. 



American School at Athens, continued. 
50-53) ; circular (1883), H. ii. 25-26 ; 
same (1884), in A. v. 11 5-1 16; circu- 
lar letter, G. i-iii. 21, (A v. 105), H. 
ii. 15; circular (1885), /«6. iv. 25-26, 
also bound with I. i. ; same (Jan., 
1888), in G. v-vi. 47-49, in vii. 105- 
115, also bound with I. ii., iii., and 
iv. ; circular on books and travelling 
routes, G. v-vi. 23 ; same on endow- 
ment, in A. ix. 53-54 ; for students, in 
G. v-vi. 53 ; on travel and expenses, 
in 56; Papers, publishing of, iv. 9, 
A. X. 39; Papers I., to be issued, 
H. ii. 19 ; published, G. iv. 7-8, 30 ; 
sources and preparation of, I. i. m- 
V.; Papers II., G. iv. 9; Papers II. 
and III., v-vi. 19 ; published, vii. 18 ; 
same, mode of editing, I. iii. IV. ; 
Papers II., III., and IV., A. ix. 36- 
38 ; Papers III. and IV., published, 
36; Papers IV., G. v-vi. 19; scope 
of, I. iv. VI. ; Project for the establish- 
ment of an American school of classical 
studies at Athens, G. i-iii. 19, in 4-7. 

Regulations, drawn up, G. i-iii. 20, 
(A. V. 104) ; altered, G. iv. 19, H. ii. 
23 ; regulations, in G. iv. 27-28 ; same 
(1884), in A. V. 116-118; (1885), H. 
ii. 27-29; (1888), in G. v-vi. 49-51. 

Students, list of (1882-83), G. i-iii. 
14-15 (A. iv. 52-53), H. i. 4-5, I. i. 
VII. ; same (1883-84), G. i-iii. 22, 
(A. V. 106), H. ii. 13, 14; same (1884- 
85), G. iv. 14 ; same (1885-86), v-vi. 
10; number expected, iv. 17; same 
(1886-87), vii. 26; same (1887-88), 
5, 8 ; list of students (1882-87), v-vi. 
6 ; two classes of, H. i. 18-21 ; change 
of regulations regarding theses, 27- 
28 ; certificates for 1882-84, ii. 23-24 ; 
facilities for ; need of scholarships, 
G. iv. 16; qualifications necessary, v- 
vi. 50-51 ; relative number, vii. 14- 



15; importance of scholarships, 15- 
16; vocations of students, 27. 

Trustees, appointed, G. v-vi. 28, A. 
vii. 34; list of (1885-86), A. vii. 23; 
same (1886-87), G. v-vi. 7, A. viii. 24; 
same (1887-88), G. vii. 6, A. ix. 25; 
same (1888-89), A. x. 24; executive 
committee, appointed, G. v-vi. 29. 

Amherst College, subscribes to Ameri- 
can School, G. i-iii. 9, (A. iii. 55). 

Amorgos, inscriptions of, I. iv. 183. 

Ampe, a penal settlement, identified, 
H. 23 «. 

Amyclae, throne of, C. i. 108. 

Amynamenos, name, I. i. 25. 

Anabura, identified, I. iii. 203, K. 13- 
14; inscriptions of, see Salir and 
Ordekdji. 

Anactorium, inscription of, I. iv. 198. 

Anah, L. 25. 

Anastasius (emperor), wall built by, A. 
i. 123. 

Anatolia, Hittite remains in, A. x. 62- 

63- 
Anatolian epigraphy, works on, G. iv. 

13- 

Anbar, L. 24. 

Anchiale, coins found at, A. i. 117. 

Ancient modes of splitting rock, I. iv. 
227-230 «. 

Ancyra, inscription near, K. 45. 

Andeira, position of, N. 29. 

Andocides, De myst., on Dionysiac the- 
atre, I. i. 135 «. 

Andromache, tomb of, C. i. 151. 

Anicius, Pub., in inscription of Anti- 
ochia (Pis.), I. ii. 127. 

Annia Faustina, in inscription of Te- 
feny, I. ii. 75. 

Anonymus of Vienna, on Olympieion at 
Athens, I. i. 186. 

Antalkidas, peace of, C. i. 72. 

Antandros, N. 19; geology of its acrop- 
olis, C. i. 187. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E- = Proto-Ion. cap. P. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept of School. 



INDEX. 



Anthimos, in inscription of Assos,I.i.64. 

Anthologia Palat., D. 10. 

Antinous, cult of, I. i. i68. 

Antiochia, K. 4, 1, ii. 8. 

Antiochia Pisidise, inscription at, K. 8- 

9; j^i' Yalowadj, inscription ; "vici" 

of, I. ii. 143. 
Antiochus (king), in inscription of Tral- 

Jeis, I. ii. 328. 
Antiochus Epiphanes, reign of, I. i. 198 ; 

work on the Olympieion at Athens, 

198-201. 
Antitaurus, region east of, I. ii. 233. 
Antonia, marries Pythodorus, I. i. 38. 
Antonia Tryphasna, in Kyzikos, I. i. 38, 

39- 

Antonian family, I i. 38. 

Antonine Itinerary, E 26 ; amended, I. 
ii. 262. 

Antoninus Pius (emperor), in inscrip- 
tion of Adalia, I. ii. 223 ; of Antiochia 
(Pis.), 136; of Palaea Isaura, iii. 114, 
115, 117; of Tralleis, i. 100, 102; in 
Greek inscription, 103. 

Apaches, importance of studying, A. ix. 
60 i origin of, v. 79; spread of, 80; 
territory of, B. i. 27. 

Apam, plains of, B. ii. 36, 39. 

Aphaeresis in Greek inscriptions, I. iv. 

157-158- 

Aphidna, inscription of, I. iv. 172 n. 

Aphrodisias, inscriptions at, see Geira ; 
ruins of, K. 4. 

Apodaca, Franc, de, a commissary in 
New Mexico, B. i. 120. 

Apollo, altar of, on Cyanean rocks, A. 
i. 120 ; in inscriptions, see 'AiroWuv 
(Greek Index) ; statue of, by Cala- 
mis, 116; torso and reliefs of, found 
at Sto Dionyso, ix. 48 ; worshipped 
in the Troad, E. 34 n. 

Apollo Pythius, worshipped in Icaria, 
G. vii. 78-79, A. ix. 48 ; torso and re- 
liefs at Icaria, G. vii. 78-79. 



Apollo Smintheus, temple of, at Ku- 
laklee, A. iv. 40 ; see also 'ATr6\- 
Xwv. 

Apollodorus, on the Pandroseion, I. i. 
229 ; on statue of Athena, 230 n. ; on 
Butes, 233 ». 

Apollodorus of Damascus ; represented 
in bas-relief, A i. 102; architectural 
designs of, 102-103; relations with 
Hadrian ; works, 103 ; bridges built 
by, 106. 

ApoUonia, I. ii. 26, 323 ; origin, name, 
and colony of, A. i. 116-117. 

Apollonius, on the Erechtheion, I. i. 
220 n. 

Appianus, Mithrid., on the Odeum of 
Pericles, I. i. 136 n. 

Aquila, P. Varius, dedicatory inscrip- 
tion on his tomb at Assos, m L i. 79 ; 
epitaph in tomb, 80-81. 

Aquincum, the Roman stronghold in 
Hungary, A. i. 95. 

Arabissus, I. ii. 288; inscriptions at, 
see Yarpuz. 

Aracha, identified, I. iii. 437. 

Araclee, geology of, C. i. 189-190. 

Arassus, or Aarassus, identified, I. iii. 
197, 203 ; importance of, 203. 

Aratos of Soli, on Gargara, N. 25. 

Arbela, the site of worship of Ishtar, 
L. 15 ; acropolis of, 16. 

" Arbol del Tule," B. ii. 274. 

Arcadius (emperor), on milestone at 
Assos, I. i. 61 ; in inscription from 
Belcaive, 62. 

Archaeological Institute of America. 
(1879-80), formation of, A. i. 5-9, 
first meeting, 5 ; first officers, 8 ; 
work for 1879-80, 13-16; work for 
:88o-8i, 17 seq.\ method of investi- 
gation, 19-20; proposed expedition 
to New Mexico and Colorado, 20; 
work in Greek archaeology, 23; dis- 
position of antiquities, 24 ; field for 



H. = Bull of School. I. = Papers of School K = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M = Bull, of Inst H. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



8 



INDEX. 



Archaeol. Inst, of America, continued. 
Indian archseology, 29 ; advised to 
excavate Assos, 163. 

(1880-81), expedition to New Mex- 
ico, A. ii. 17-24; committee appoint- 
ed on Assos expedition, 25 ; applies 
for permit to excavate at Assos, 25— 
26, 30-31 ; sends Stillman to Crete, 
32 ; appeal for membership, 37, 39 ; 
finance committee recommended, 39. 

(1881-82), work of the American 
department, A. iii. 19-22 ; appeal for 
membership, 25-26, 45 ; commissions 
Ayme, 35. 

(1882-83), commissions Sterrett to 
edit inscriptions of Assos, A. iv. 24 ; 
final appeal for membership, 34-35 ; 
researches among Village Indians, 
37 ; need of funds, 37-38 ; work dur- 
ing 1882, M. i. 7-12. 

(1883-84), use of funds for 1884- 
85, A. V. 30 ; . new plan of organiza- 
tion to be proposed, 30-31. 

(1884-85), committee appointed on 
reorganization, A. vi. 28 ; change of 
organization, 27-29; work, 1879-85, 
29-44 ; service to American archaeol- 
ogy, 30 ; commissions Bandelier, 32 ; 
sends expedition to Babylonia, 42-43. 

(1885-S6), proposed fields for re- 
search (1886), A. vii. 40-42 ; proposed 
expedition to Magna Graecia, 40-43. 

(1886-87), sends expedition to 
Magna Graecia, A. viii. 40, 41 ; pro- 
posed work for 1887-88, 48. 

(1887-88), formation of branch so- 
ciety at Chicago or at Cincinnati rec- 
ommended, A. ix. 43. 

(1888-89), future fields for re- 
search, A. i. 42-43 ; significance of 
its motto ; appeal for membership, 
43 ; summary of work (1879-89), 39- 
42 ; work in American archaeology 
(1879-89), 95-96. 



Address issued for benefit of the 
Institute, A. iv. 32, in 37-38. 

Annual members (1879-80), A. i. 
lo-ii; (1880-81), ii. 11-15; (1881- 
82), iii. 12-17 ; (1882-83), iv. 12-18; 
(1883-84), V. 12-19; see also branch 
societies below. 

Circular, in A. i. 8-9. 

Committee on American School, 
see American School at Athens, man- 
aging committee. 

Council (1885-86), A. vi. 5, L. 3; 
(1886-87), A. vii. 5; (1887-88), viii. 
5; (tS88-89), ix. s; (1889-90), x. 5; 
time of meeting of Council, iv. 7. 

Executive committee (1880-81), A. 
ii. 5, B. i. 5 ; (1881-82), A. iii. 5, C. i. 
III., (i882-«3), A. iv. 5, M. i. 3; 
(1883-84), A. V. 5, B. ii. HI., letter 
to Cabot, printed with Cabot's letter 
concerning the work at Assos, etc. 

Foreign honorary members ( 1882- 
83), A. iv. 9; (1883-84), V. 9; (1884- 
85), vi. 15; (1885-86), vii 9; (1886- 
87), viii. 9; (1887-88), ix. 9; (:888- 
89), X. 9 ; membership, iv. 31-32. 

Life members (1879-80), A. i, 9; 
(1880-81), ii. 9-10; (1881-82), iii. 
9-11 ; (1882-83), iv. 9-12 ; (1883- 
84), V. 9-12; see also branch societies 
belffw. 

Managing committee on American 
School, see American School at Ath- 
ens, managing committee. 

Members, number of (1886), A. vii. 
47; necessity of increasing, 46-48; 
committees on membership recom- 
mended, 48. 

Publications, list of, A. iv. 56. 

Receipts and expenses (1880-81) 
and estimated expenses for 1881-82, 
A. iii. 38-39; receipts and expenses 
(1882-83) ^"d estimated expenses 
for 1883-84, ii. 33-34; receipts and 



A- = Ann. rept of Inst. B = Amer papers. C = Class, papere. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient antiq. G. = Ann. repL of School. 



INDEX. 



expenses (1883-84), v. 53; (1879-85), 
vi. 48; (1S87-88), ix. 51; (1888-89), 
X. 45. 

Regulations (1879), drawn up, A, 
i. 6; in 6-7, ii. 7-8 iii. 7-8, iv. 7-8, 
V. 7-8, vi. 9-10, vii. 25-26, viii. 25-26, 
ix. 26-27, ■*• 26-27 i (1884), in vi. II- 
14, vii. 27-30, viii. TTj-Tp, ix. 28-31, a. 
28-31. 

Baltimore Society, appoint com- 
mittee on membersliip ; purchase a 
collection of ancient coins, A. ix. 38 ; 
holds two meetings ( 1888-89), ■»■• 37 '> 
proposed future meetings, 37-38 ; ex- 
hibits collection of Greek and Etrus- 
can antiquities, 37 ; annual members 
(1885-86), vi. 31-22; (1886-87), vii. 
16-17; (1887-88), viii. 17-18; (1888- 
89), ix. 16-18; (1889-90), ^. 16-18; 
life members (1884-85), vi. 21 ; (1S85- 
86), vii. 16; (1886-87), viii. 16-17; 
(1887-88), ix. 16; (1888-89), ^- 16; 
ofScers (1885-86), vi. 7; (1886-87), 
vii. 7; (1887-88), viii. 7; (1888-89), 
ix. 6; (1889-90), x. 6; rules (1888), 
in ix. 33, X. 33. 

Boston Society, annual members 
(1885-86), A. vi. iS-2i; (1886-87), 
vii. 12-15; (1887-88), viii. 12-16; 
(1888-89), ix. n-i6 ; (1889-90), x. 
12-15; executive committee (1885- 
86), vi. 7; (1886-87), vii. 7 ; (1887- 
88), viii. 7; (1888-89), ix. 6; (1889- 
90), X. 6 ; life members (1884-85), vi. 
15-18; (1885-86), vii. 10-12; (1886- 
87), viii. 10-12; (1887-88), ix. 10-12; 
(1888-89), 10-12; rules (1885), in 
vii. 31, viii. 31, ix. 32, x. 32. 

New York Society, commissions 
Haynes, A. vii. 43-44 ; increased in 
membership, vii. 47 ; work for ben- 
efit of American School, viii. 36-39 ; 
holds series of meetings (1888-89), 
X. 37 ; annual members (1885-86), vi. 



23-25; (1886-87), vii. 18-22; (1887- 
88), viii. 19-23; (1888-89), ix- 19- 
23; (1889-90), X. 19-23; life mem- 
bers (1884-85), vi. 23; (1885-86), vii. 
18; (1886-87), viii. 19; (1887-88), ix. 
18; (1888-89), X. 18; officers and 
committee on membership (1885-86), 
vi. 8; (1886-87), vii. 8; (18S7-88), 
viii. 8; (1888-89), ix- 7; (1889-90), 
X. 7 ; rules (1885), in vii. 32, viii. 32, 
ix. 34. "■ 34- 

Philadelphia Society formed, A. ix. 
41, 42 ; work of 1888-89, x. 36-37 ; 
annual members (1887-88), ix. 24; 
same ( 1889-90), x. 24 ; life members 
(1887-88), ix. 24; (1888-89), A. 24; 
officers and committee on member- 
ship ( 1888-89), ix- 8 ; (1889-90), X. 98. 
Archaeology, value of its discoveries, 
A. i. 21 ; indifference to its study in 
America ; effect of American life on 
study of, 22 ; scholarships for its 
study recommended, 24-25, condition 
of excavation in Greek lands, 162 ; 
difficulty of securing antiquities dis- 
covered in Turkish lands, v. 24 ; ar- 
chaeology one of the exact sciences ; 
methods of, 30, ix. 60-61 ; laws con- 
cerning exploration in Italy, viii. 45- 
46 ; Hellenic law regarding antiqui- 
ties found, ix. 49 ; methods of Bureau 
of Ethnology at Washington criti- 
cised, 55-55 ; value of local names 
to archaeology, B. ii. 5 ; government 
supervision of excavation in Turkish 
lands, C. i. 43 ; service to modern 
architecture, E. 22 ; recent progress 
in classic lands, Emerson's essay, in 
A. X. 47-94 ; present methods, 47-48 ; 
periodicals, 56-57 ; field for archaeol- 
ogy, i. 21 ; in America, ix. 58-61 ; at 
Assos, i. 159 seq. ; in Babylonia, L. 
27-33 ; i" New Mexico, B. i. 28-29 ; 
in Turkish lands, C. i. 14. 



H- = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K- = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M- = Bull, of Inst. If ■ = Gargara, Lamponia. 



lO 



INDEX. 



Archaeology, Greek, see Greek archaeol- 
ogy ; in New Mexico, Yucatan, etc., 
see name of place. 

Archdologische Zeitung, on theatre of 
Thoricus, I. iv. 26. 

Archelais, K. 17 ; inscriptions at, I. ii. 
22S-229. 

Archilochian heptameter in Greek in- 
scriptions, I. iv. 67. 

Architecture, ancient treatises on, A. i. 
104; origin o£ variety in forms, v. 
84 ; determination of the " norm " of 
a temple, C. i. 98 ; mud-roof construc- 
tion, A. i. 131 ; circular and pointed 
blind-arch construction, 149; plat- 
form foundation, v. 46 ; lintel con- 
struction (Cholula), B. ii. 115-116; 
circular-house foundation, C. i. 151 «.; 
principle of progress of ancient archi- 
tecture, E. 22 ; development of classic 
architecture shown at Assos, A. v. 22. 

Assyrian, Corinthian, Doric, 

Greek, Ionic, Indian (American), etc., 
see Assyrian architecture, Corinthian 
architecture, etc. 

Ardys, submits to Assyrian monarchy, 
C. i. 68. 

Argaliki, G. vii. 50. 

"Argo," anchor of the, A. i. 121. 

Argonauts, expedition of, A i. 105 ; at 
the cliff of King Phineus, 121. 

Arickarees, houses of, A. i. 35 ; village 
of, on the Missouri, 40-41. 

Arion, A. i. 156. 

Aristarchi Bey, services to the Institute, 
A iv. 23. 

Aristophanes, Acharnians, performed 
at Philadelphia and at New York, G. 
v-vi. 21, A. viii. 37 ; same, read at the 
American School, G. v-vi. 14 ; Birds, 
scholia on the Pnyx, I. iv. 214 ; 
Eccles., on the Pnyx, 257 ; Knights, 
on the Pnyx, 213, 257 ; Lysist., I. i. 
172 n. ; Pac, on the Pnyx, iv. 257. 



Aristophanes (an Icarian), G. vii. 85. 
Aristotle, at Assos, A. i. 157, iv. 42. C. 

i. 72 ; on the Olympieion at Athens, 

I. 1. 193 ; Ethica Nicom., on rhab- 

dosis, D. 6-7 ; verses to Arete, A. 

iv. 42. 
Arizona, bibliography of, in A. i. 77-80 ; 

map of Bandelier's routes in, v. 55; 

Indians of, see Indians (Arizona). 
Armassun, inscriptions: ninX. OuoX. 

'PoiJ<^os, I. iii. 34 ; T/joK<J5ai' ; Mouitras, 

35 ; 7A\v(ijv ; IIoTrAas ; OuoriaAts", "^^ ; 

AioKXijTiavijj, 37 ; two fragments, 38. 
Armutlu, inscriptions at, I. iii. 198-199. 
Arrius, C, in inscription of Antiochia 

(Pis.), I. ii. 137-139- 
Arrow-heads, mode of indenting, B, i, 

129 n. 
Arsinoe, life of, A. i. 137-138. 
Arslan Tash, basalt lions at, I. ii. 299, 

L. 11-12; basalt lion found near, E. 

39; houses near, L. 12. 
Art, value of primitive forms for an 

understanding of, A. x. 87. 
ancient, subjects in, discussed at 

American School, G. v-vi. 14. 
Babylonian, Greek, etc., see Baby- 
lonian art, Greek art, Greek architec- 
ture, etc. 
Artanada, identified, I. iii. 54. 
Artemis, in an inscription at Gundani, 

I. iii. 233 ; in one at Kaldjik, ii. 114. 
Artemision, inscription of, I. iv. iSi. 
Artemision (the) at Ephesus, built, C. 

i. 69. 
Arundell, map of Asia Minor, I. iii. 406. 
Arvan valley, I. iii. 134. 
Asclepieium, inscription from, discussed 

at the American School, G. v-vi. 14. 
Ashagha Eschenler, inscriptions at, I. 

iii. 89-90. 

Sorkun, I. iii. 136. 

Yapalak, inscription at, I. ii. 

299. 



A- = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



II 



Ashta, basalt lion found near, K. 39. 

Asia, castle of, A. i. 124. 

Asia Minor, conquered by the Persians, 
C. i. 71 ; occupied by the Moslems, 
75; archaeological research in, A. i. 
21, A. 62-63 ; gravestones of, I. i. 72 ; 
bibliography of maps of, in C. i. 49-50; 
geography of, 50-51 ; inscriptions, 
works on, G. iv. 13; Hittite remains 
in, A. A. 62-63; •nid roofs of, i. 131 ; 
Sterrett's archaeological journey in, 
K. ; " vilayets " of, C. i. 23 «. 

exploration fund, G.iv. 10. 

Asiatic cholera in the Mediterranean 
basin in 1884, G. iv. 14. 

Asklepios, in inscription at Yefudje, I. 
iii. 185 ; sacred enclosure of, at Ath- 
ens, i. 150 statue of, at Epidaurus, 
A. X. 73-74 ; worship revived in the 
Troad, N. 27. 

Asomaton monastery, G. v-vi. 34 ; 
gives building lot to the American 
School, 31. 

Assar, inscription at, I. i. 14. 

Assar Dagh, I. iii. 151 ; ruined city on, 
183-184; its name, 184. 

Assos, A. i. 148 seq. ; plan of, C. i. i, 
A. i. 149-150; ruins of lower town, 
150-151 ; climate, C. i. 15-16; heat 
in summer, 27 ; situation, 54, A. iv. 
40; view from its temple, A. iv. 41 ; 
ancient importance, C. i. 51 ; geogra- 
phy of, 53-54 ; commerce of, 55, A. iv. 
41 ; present exports, A. i. 146 ; size, 
C. i. 57 ; importance ; character, 58 ; 
foundmg, A. iv. 42 ; history, C. i. 58- 
78, A. i. 156-157, iv. 42, C. i. 2-4; 
perhaps settled by Phoenicians, C. i. 
58-59; perhaps occupied by Carians, 
59 ; origin of name, 61-62 ; Homeric 
name for, A. iv. 42 ; identified with 
Pedasos, C. i. 60-63 J i's inhabitants 
fought against Rameses II., E. 35 n. ; 
occupied by Aeolic Greeks ; geo- 



graphical connection with Lesbos, 
C. i. 66, 67 ; connection with Me- 
thymna and Mytilene, 67, I. i. 16; 
founds Gargara, C. i. 67 ; in 6th cen- 
tury (b. c), 67-68; under the Lydi- 
ans, 68-69 ; under Persian rule, 70 ; 
after Persian war ; its part in the 
Peloponnesian war, 71 ; allied with 
Athens, 71;* under Eubulus, 72 
under Hermeias, 72-73 ; again under 
the Persians, 73 ; in league with Per- 
gamon, 73; under the Romans, 73- 
74 ; oath of Assians promising fidel- 
ity to Augustus, in 134-135 ; imperial 
cultus in, I. i. 33 ; at beginning of the 
Christian era, A. i. 160 ; becomes 
Christian, C. i. 74; under the Eastern 
empire, 75 ; kilns at, in Byzantins 
period, A. i. 150; under Christian 
rule ; the Moslems in, C. i. 75 ; per- 
haps subject to the Gattilusii, 76; 
under Genoese rulers, A. i. 1 50 ; taken 
by the Turks, N. 26; partially de- 
molished by the Turkish governmenf, 
C. i. 12-13; chronology of, 77-78; 
Athena its patron, 104 ; a sphinx 
its emblem, 112; topography of, 
166. 

Excavation at, facilities for, A. i'. 
160-161 ; importance of excavating, 
ii. 26-28; archaeological importance, 
i. 150, 159-163; history of archaeo- 
logical investigation at, C. i. 5-15, A. i. 
157-159; bibliography of the same, 
in C. i. 5-15 ; French investigators at, 
6; season for excavation, 16; prepa- 
rations for excavating, it^scq. ; inves- 
tigations at during 1881, in Clarke's 
Preliminary Report, 1-131 ; shipment 
of antiquities from, A. v. 24; dispo- 
sition of same, x. 91 ; value of the 
discoveries made, v. 26-27, a. 61 ; 

* See this passage amended in the errata 
appended to C. i., reprint of 1S86. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K- = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L- = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M = Bull, of Inst. N = Gargara, Lamponia. 



12 



INDEX. 



Assos, continued. 
archaeological value of its ruins, vi. 
42 ; see also Behram and Troad. 

Acropolis, A. i. 146-147 ; plan, C. i. 
28; key to //ok, 28-29 K.; excavated, 
z8 sef. ; described, 52-53 ; section of 
{plate), 52 ; cut, A. i. 48, C. i. 52 ; view 
from, C. i. 53-54 ; demolished, 75 ; de- 
scribed, 79-80; ancient fortifications 
on ; mediseval and Turkish ramparts 
on ; skeletons and weapons found on, 
79; approach to, 130-131. 

Agora, approach to, found, A. iv. 28. 

Architecture, archaic character of, 
D. 21 ; styles of, A. i. 151; use of 
tufa for material, E. 4; masons' 
marks on the buildings, I. i. 87 ; dis- 
appearance of marble blocks, A. i. 
150; stones mutilated for the sake 
of lead castings, D. 5. 

Bouleuterion, excavated, A. v. 22. 

Bronze dish, found, A. iv. 29 ; 
bronze tablet, found, C. i. 38, with 
Jilate, 133. 

Byzantine church,* C. i. 39, A. i. 
152, 158; with /ilate, C. i. 122-123; 
door of {plate), 123. 

Cemetery, C. i. 126-127; section 
of, restored ( plate) ; receiving tomb, 
found, M. i. 9, 10; {cut), C. i. 126; 
same, plan and section {plate); exe- 
dras (with//flfe), 127. 

Coins, C. i. 57, 74, A. iv. 27, 29; 
cut, C. i. 131 ; coins found in temple, 
32 ; coins found in Street of Tombs, 
A. V. 22. 

Cups, found, A. iv. 29. 

Dikast stele from Bouleuterion 
(cut), I. i. 26. 

Dog, figure of, found, A. iv. 27. 

Doric shaft and base, Clarke's es- 
say on, D. ; cut, D. 3 ; importance of, 

* See also Assos, mosque ; and compare er- 
rata appended to C' i., reprint of 1886. 



4 ; where found, 4-5 ; section {cut), 
4; sarcophagus near, 5; state of 
preservation, 5-6; channels, 6-8; 
lacks entasis, 8-9 ; inscription on 
{with cut), 8-10; height, lo-li; pur- 
pose, II ; channels, 15; base, 16-17. 

Figurini, found, A. iv. 26-27, v. 
22 ; figurine of horse and rider, iv. 
28-29. 

Fortification walls, C. i. 124-126, 
A. i. 148-149, M. i. II ; the best ex- 
amples of Greek engineering, A. iv. 
44 ; fortifications below summit of 
acropolis, C. i. 122 ; wall of polygonal 
masonry {with plate) ; portal in west- 
ern wall {-with plate) ; tower at north- 
west gateway {with plate), 125 ; gates, 
examined, M. i. 11, and excavated, 
A. iv. 28 ; gateways, A. i. 148 ; blind 
arches above gateways, 149. 

Geology of, C. i. 51-52 ; Diller's 
essay on, in 166-179; geological map 
of {plate), 166; first trachyte t (cor- 
rectly, andesite), 167-168 ; site of 
Assos once a volcano, 168 ; volcanic 
conglomerate, 168-170 ; conglomer- 
ate between trachytes t {cut), 170; 
second trachyte,! 171-175; stone used 
for building; "sarcophagus stone," 
171-175 ; middle tertiary, 175-176; 
fossils found, 176; third trachyte,! 
177-178 ; third trachyte superposed 
upon second {cut), 177 ; alluvium, 
178; summary, 178-179. 

Gravestones, I. i. yz. 

Greek bath, excavated, A. iv. 28, 
V. 22. 

Greek bridge over the Satnioeis 
(with//a/c), C. i. 128-130. 

Greek bridge over the Touzla, 
piers excavated, C. i. 42. 

t Trachyte has been corrected and changed 
to andesite in the errata appended to C. i-, re- 
print of 1886. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers, C- = Class- papers. D = Dor. shaft 
E = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



13 



Gymnasium, excavated, C. i. 39-41 ; 
plan, 40; mosaic pavement from 
(vifith //«/«■), 124. 

Hereon, excavated, A. v. 22. 

Inscriptions, Clarke's edition of, 
in C. i. 133-142; to be edited by 
Sterrett, G. i-iii. 15, (A. iv. 53) ; col- 
lected and edited, G. iv. 10 ; inscrip- 
tions : API2TANAPEI (with plate), 
I. i. 2-3 ; IPON (with cut), 3-4 ; to 
ax^iii. iiTTt, inventory of measures 
(with plate), 4-6; TriKeiiaxov (with 
cut), 7-8 ; AnN (with cut), 8-9; oi'/ce- 
ray 'A<t<tIwv (with cut), 10 ; Sijjuoi 
0o(vijTai, decree giving crown and 
thanks to Assos, 11-17, C. i. 135- 
13S;* decree of Stratonikeia (with 
plate), I. i. 17-25 ; Advd-qv XlpoSiKov 
(with cut), 25; AirAEON (with cut), 
27 ; fragment (with cut), 28 ; dplvTio 
Bixx", 29; FoLov Kal<rapa (with cut), 
30-31 ; 'EWiftKov 'A8tii'oS6tov, etc. 
(three), 32-34; S Upeis, dedication 
of stoa (with cut), 35-39; AoWia 
'AvTiox's, dedication of bath (with 
cut), 40, 41-43; Q. LoUius (with cut), 
44 ; fragment, 45 ; evepysTti/ rov K6(r' 
Hov, 45 ; fragments, giving crown 
to ApoUonios (?), 46; KKe6crTpaTos 
(three), 47-48 ; '6\ov rhv ivtavrSv, 49 ; 
ViiipiTixa 'Aa-<Tluiv, passed on the ac- 
cession of Caligula (with plate), I. i. 
50-53, C. i. 133-135;* archaeological 
value of same inscription, A. iii. 41 ; 
KaWurdevn and 'Apum'? (with cuts), 
I. i. 54 ; A6yfjia ffepl rou fj.ii KaQiaraffQai 
TTpaxTopas, I. i. 55-57, C. i. 139-140 ; * 
'lovTiiav A6ixvav (with cut), I. i. 58- 
59 ; 4»A. *Ioi5a.. K(av(rTavTiov (with att), 
59-61 ; Valentiano, Theodosio, et Ar- 
cadio, 61-62 ; Saropi/lAos (with cut), 
62-63 > 'AAliirioj (with cut), 63 ; "Ai/fli- 

* See errata appended to C. i.j reprint of 
1886. 



fios (with plate), 64-65 J 'AXi\iv^pa 
(with cut), 66 ; graffito scratched on 
wall of bath (with cut), 67 ; fragments, 
68-71; epitaphs, 72-86 (see "Index 
of Names," I. i. 88-90), C. i. 140-142 ; 
grammatical forms in the epitaphs, I. 
i. 72-73 ; epitaph in tomb of P. Va- 
rius Aquila, 80-81 ; K\ai/5(ou MajceSif- 
cos (with cut), 82-84 j AvpiiKios 'Ov-i]- 
(Tiixos (with cut), 86; list of names in 
the inscriptions, 88-90 ; list of those 
in the Museum of Fine Arts, Bos- 
ton, 90. 

Interior wall, A. i. 149. 

Jars found in Street of Tombs, li, 
iii. 43. 

Lekythoi, found, A. iv. 27. 

Marble altar, found, M. i. 9. 

Mausoleums, A. i. 155. 

Mediaeval tower (with plate), C. f. 
122, A. i. 152-153. 

Mediaeval walls, excavated, C. i. 3U. 

Mole, ancient (with plate), C. i. 
131 ; Turkish mole (with plate), C. i. 
131, A. i. 145; importance of samo, 
C. i. 54-55- 

Mosquet (with/Zafe), C. i. 122-12;; 
inscription over door, I. i. 64-65. 

Necropolis, excavated, A. v. 23. 

Phoenician glass vessels, found, A. 
iv. 27. 

Pitcher, found, A iv. 29. 

Port (with plate), C. i. 131, A. V. 
145-146. 

Portico, passage to, excavated ; 
fountain and cistern near, excavated, 
C. i. 37. 

Reliefs, removed to the Louvre, C. 
i. n, 105, 106, A. i. 154, 159; reliefs 
of temple, found, C. i. 32 ; architrave 
reliefs of same, A. i. 158; front legs 
of a centaur, heraldic sphinxes, cen- 

t See also Assos, Byzantine church, and com- 
pare errata appended to C. i., reprint of 1886. 



H. = Bull, of School. I, = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. 1,.= Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst N, = Gargara, Lamponia. 



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INDEX. 



Assos, continued. 

taur and bowman, found, C. i. 33 ; 
lion and boar, found, 34; reliefs re- 
moved from sea-shore, 45-47 ; illus- 
trate Ilellenization of Oriental art, 
105; execution of, iio-iii; Hera- 
cles and the centaurs (with plate), 
106-111, M. i. 35 ; same secured for 
America, A. v. 23-24; representa- 
tions of centaurs on the reliefs, iv. 
43 ; heraldic sphinxes (with plate), 
C. i. 111-113, A. iv. 43, 44, E. 18 «. ; 
same secured to America, A. v. 23- 
24 ; lion and boar (with plate), C. i. 
112-115; hindquartersof alion (with 
plate), 114-115; fragment of sphinx 
(with //a/i?), 114-116, A. iii. 42-43; 
horse's fore leg (with plate) ; execu- 
tion of the reliefs, C. i. 116; man and 
woman (with plate) ; two warriors 
(with plate), 116-117 ; date of the re- 
liefs, 118-119; historic importance, 
119; Oriental character, 119-120; 
analogous to the Phoenician, 120- 
:2i ; similar to bronze works of Etru- 
ria, 121. 

Reservoir excavated, C. i. 36, A. iv. 
28. 

Roman portico, A. v. 22. 

Sarcophagi (with cut and plate"), C. 
i. 127, A. i. 154-156; found in Street 
of Tombs, C. i. 41-42, A. iii. 43. 

Sculptures, casts taken from, A. iii. 
43 ; general traits of ; sphinxes, iv. 44. 

Skulls, characteristics of, N. 20. 

Slab with carving of roof tiles, A. 
iv. 27. 

Stele vdth inscription, A. iv. 29. 

Stoa, excavated, C. i. 36, M. i. 11, 
A. V. 22 ; plan of, C. i. 34, and key to 
plan, 35-36, K. ; dedicatory inscription 
of, in I. i. 35-39; stoa steps, exca- 
vated, A. iv. 28 ; buildings near, C. i. 
39. 123- 



Street of Tombs, A. iv. 45 ; exca- 
vated, C. i. 41. 

Stylus, found, A. iv. 29. 

Temple, architectural importance 
of, C. i. 14; archaeological value, A. 
iii. 37-38, 40-41 ; excavated, C. i. 28 
seq. ; modern fortifications on its ru- 
ins, 28-29 ; ruined columns, 29-30 ; 
stylobate, 30-31 ; positions of col- 
umns, found, 30; stucco priming; 
site of cella walls ; trace of exploded 
shell on pavement ; squares of game 
of morris, found, 31 ; epistyle blocks, 
found; antefix and lion's head from, 
found, 34 ; colonnade, 35 ; temple in 
the time of Theodosius, 75 ; described 
and restored, 80-105, A. i. 153-154, 
156, 161 ; constructive details, C. i. 
80 ; stereobate (with plate), 80 seq. 
steps, 81 ; stereobate blocks, 81-82 
pavement of pteroma and pronaos, 
82-83; beddings of door-jambs; mo 
saic, 83; foundations of cella walls, 
83-84 ; builder's lines on crepidoma 
cella walls, 84; positions of columns, 
84-85 ; plan, 85 ; difficulties of resto- 
ration, 85-86 ; columns, 86 seq. ; hori- 
zontals lack curvature, 87 ; drums 
(with cut), 87-89; channels of col- 
umns, 88-89 ; griUs wanting ; outline 
cut of necking and echinos, 89 ; an- 
nulets ; echinos ; blocks of cella wall, 
90 ; epistyle beams,* 90-92 ; taenia 
and regulae ; front of temple [cut), 
91; roof, restored {cuts), 91, 95; tri- 
glyphs * and metopes ; mouldings 
above frieze, wanting, 92; corona 
blocks (with cut), 88, 92; mutules; 
interior frieze, 93 ; coffered stone 
from temple (with cut), 93, 122; ma- 
terial of temple, 94 ; gargoyle in 
shape of lion's head (with cut), 94- 

* See errata appended to C. i., reprint of 
1886. 



A. == Ann. rept of Inst. B, = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E, = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G, = Ann. rept. of School, 



INDEX. 



15 



95 ; sima, imbrices, and antefix, 95 ; 
roof, 95, 96; calypteres, wanting, 96; 
dimensions in tabular form,* 96-99 ; 
unit of measure used, 97-98 ; orien- 
tation, 99 ; front restored (plate) ; 
style, 100 ; the only Doric building of 
its class, A. iv. 44; age, C. i. 100- 
104 ; epistyle, entablature, arrises, 
channelling of columns ; historical 
character of the capitals, 102 ; minor 
peculiarities, 102, 103 ; comparative 
height of columns, 103 ; compared 
with other temples, 103-104; conse- 
crated to Athena, 104 ; position and 
meaning of sculptured epistyle, io6; 
front of temple, restored {viith plate), 
100, 116-117; entablature, 121; re- 
liefs, see Assos, reliefs. 

Terrace before the stoa, excavated, 
C. i. 36-37. 

Theatre, C. i. 123-124, A. i. 151 ; 
p/an of, C. i. 34, and key to plan, 
35-36, K. ; same, excavated, 38-39; 
view from, A. i. 151. 

Tombs, violated, I. i. 82. 

Vases found in Street of Tombs, 
A. v. 22. 

Water supply, C. i. 130. 

Wheat of, A. i. 147. 
Assos Expedition, funds collected for, 
A. ii. 25 ; formed, 28-29 ; members of, 
C. i. 16; leaves America, C. i. 16, A. ii. 
30; equipment, C. i. 17, A. ii. 31 ; its 
goods delayed in transit, C. i. 17-19; 
means of communication with Myti- 
lene ; early accommodations, 19, 20 ; 
triangulate the land, 20; delayed in 
obtaining the Turkish permit to ex- 
cavate (" earadeh "), 21-23, ■*•• "• 25- 
26, 30-31 ; its household outfit de- 
layed, C. i. 23 ; begins work ; obtains 
laborers with difficulty, 24; laborers 

* See errata appended to C- i-, reprint of 
1886. 



described, 24-26 ; water supply; food, 
pay, number, and hours of work of 
laborers, 26 ; food of members ; work 
of laborers ; interruptions of work, 
27 ; suffer from heat, 27-28 ; labor- 
ers suffer from exposure, and some 
desert, 28; excavations during 1881, 
28-48 ; excavation hindered by wind, 
34-35; government supervision of 
work, 43-44 ; work suspended by 
would-be commissioner, 43-4S ; plan 
of work for 1882, 47-48, A. iii. 44 ; 
mail of the party, C. i. 67 ; excursion 
party to the Trojan plain, 45 ; report 
of same (Lawton's Notes on Bunarba- 
shi, etc.), in 145-165 ; reports of prog- 
ress to be printed, A. ii. 3 1-32 ; outline 
of work during 1881, iii. 37-41 ; value 
of work during 1881, 37, iv. 37 ; ex- 
penses for 1881, iii. 43; work suspend- 
ed through January, 1882, iv. 22. 

(1882) excavation during February 
and March, 1882, A. iv. 22-23 ; appeal 
for money, iii. 44-45 ; work resumed, 
March, 1882,42; work during 1882, 
v. 22-23, ^- '■ 8-1 1 ; staff of work- 
men, A. V. 22-23 ' work closed, 23. 

(1883) work during 1883, A. iv. 26- 
29; subscriptions for 1883, M. i. 11- 
12; excavation closed finally, A. iv. 
23 ; disposition of antiquities, 23-24, 
V. 23-24, X. 6. 

Value of, A. iv. 37, x. 40; total 
costs, v. 25 ; service to the Institute, 
26 ; results of, vi. 41-42, Cabot's 
Letter concerning the work at As- 
sos, etc. 

Assur-bani-pal, conquest of Egypt, C. i. 
65 ; rule in Egypt overthrown, 68. 

Assyrian architecture, palmettos and 
other spiral forms in, E. 11-12 ; capi- 
tals, 11-18; material of columns, 14; 
palmetto capitals in Asia Minor, 16- 
17- 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



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INDEX. 



Assyrian art, palmetto and spiral forms 
in, E. 11-12; ivory carvings from 
palace of Nimroud (with cut), 12-13; 
Sippara stone, 15-16; column from 
(with cut), 15 ; influence on Greek 
art, C. i. 65-66. 

empire, extent of, C. i. 64-65. 

sculpture, winged forms in, C. i. 

112. 

Assyrians in the Troad, C. i. 63-65. 

Astra, identified, I. iii. 47. 

Astragalomancy in Asia Minor, L iii. 
Z14. 

Astragalomantic inscription at Tefeny, 
in I. ii. 79-90 ; at Ordekdji, in iii. 
206-214. 

Astypalaea, inscription of, I. iv. 185. 

Atarneus, identified, C. i. 68. 

Athena, Crimean medallions of, A. x. 
76 ; sacred olive tree of, at Athens, 
I. i. 235 ; statue of, in the Erech- 
theion, 230, 234 ; worship of, in Mysia, 
C. i. 104. 

Athena and Erechtheus, relief repre- 
senting, G. vii. 82. 

Athenseus, on Icaria, G. vii. 72. 

Athena Nikephorus, statues of, A. x. 

74-75- 

Athena Parthenos, decorations of her 
statue discussed at the American 
School, G- v-vi. 14. 

Athena Polias, temples of, on the Athe- 
nian acropolis, A. x. 84-85 ; worship 
of, in Asia Minor, I. i. 53 ; same in 
Kyzikos, 38. 

Athena Sciras, site of her temple on 
Salamis, I. i. 260 ; see also 'Afl^CT) 
(Greek Index). 

Athenian confederacy, custom of sum- 
moning mediating dikasts, I. i. 15- 
16. 

Athens, original bounds of the city, I. i. 
192 ; adornment of, during reign of 
Augustus, 201 ; in league with the 



cities of Asia Minor, C. i. 70-71 ; 
townstributary to, E. 35; first bronze 
money issued at, I. iv. 31 ; the several 
places of assembly in, 208, 209 ; site 
of the battle of Amazons and Athe- 
nians, 211-Z12, 258-259; early iden- 
tifications of its buildings and places, 
235-236; modern city of Athens, H. 
j. 15; same, an archaeological centre, 
A. X. 64-65 ; model theatre to be 
erected in, 71. 

Acropolis, excavations on, A. x. 
80-90; archaeological importance of 
same, 82 ; temples of Athena Polias 
on, 84-85 ; statues from, 85-87 ; im- 
portance of reproducing same, 88 ; 
poros statuary, 89 ; bronzes, 89-90 ; 
pottery from, go ; ancient Doric col- 
umns on, D. 3 «. 

Amazoneum, site of, I. iv. 212. 

American School of Classical Stud- 
ies, see American School at Athens. 

Arch of Hadrian, I. i. 208-209. 

Archons of, I. i. 37-38. 

British School, see British School 
at Athens. 

Dionysiac theatre, Wheeler's essay 
on, in I. i. 121-179; see also Diony- 
sus, theatre of. 

Dipylon, Doric column near, D. 

II K. 

Erechtheion, see Erechtheion. 

French School, A. i. 25, H. i. 13 ; 
history and work of, A. x. 59 ; sup- 
port of its students, G. iv. 16; stu- 
dents at, 26. 

German School, A. i. 25, H. i. 14, A 
X. 59 ; support of its students, G. iv. 
16; students at, 26. 

Grotto of Panagia Spiliotissa, I. i. 
146. 

Inscription on vase, I. iv. 200. 

Lenaeum, chairs found in, I. i. 163. 

AuKeTov, I. i. 172. 



A, = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F, = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of SchooL 



INDEX. 



17 



National ArcI}asological Museum, 
A. X. 79; to be enlarged, 90. 

Odeum of Pericles, damaged by 
Sulla, I. i. 136. 

Olympieion, Bevier's essay on, in 
I. i. 181-212 ; see also Olympieion. 
Pan's grotto, site of, I. iv. 238. 
Pnyx, see Pnyx; Pnyx hills, I. iv. 
210. 
Propylasa, site of, I. iv. 212. 
niieioK, situation of, I. i. 157. 
Stoa of Eumenes, I. i. 126-127 ; 
foundations, found, 134-135. 

Tablets found north of the acrop- 
olis, I. iv. 247. 

Theatre of Dionysus, see Diony- 
sus, theatre of. 

Tribe Hadrianis, established, I. i. 
150, 151. 

Tribe Oineis, the seventh, I. i. 
151 n. 
Athens and Salamis, map, I. i. 240. 
Athos mount, A. i. 127; whence visible, 

£. 24. 
Atoyac river, B. ii. 91-93 ; ruins on, 92. 
Attalia, or Attea, identified, C. i. 3. 
Attains (king of Pergamus) visits Ath- 
ens, I. i. 175. 
Attea, or Attalia, identified, C. i. 3. 
Attic alphabet, early vowel-signs of, I. 
iv. 263. 

vocalism, bibliography of, I. iv. 

263 , phonetic relations of e, e, i\, ei, 
j)i, d, 263-271; pronunciation of r;, 
265-266 ; of c, 266 ; confusion of I 
and ei, 267-269; of i with ?;, 269- 
270; of )ji with 6 and «, 270-271; 
phonetic relations of 0, 6, w, ov, 
272-275 ; of u, I, VI, 275-276 ; of 
at, 01, av, du, sv, nv, 01, ui, au, 276- 
277 ; pronunciation of diphthongs, 
276-277. 
Attica, introduction of foreign cults 
into, Q. vii. 63; deme Mvppivovs, I. 



i. 167 ; inscriptions : &pd<riDPos, iv. 
162 n. ; 4y PiSrat..., 164 n. ; ijS' iSa- 
vev..., 164 «.; ^ioyv<Tla, 165 «. ; 'Hpi- 
kA.€i', 165 «. ; MivavSpos, 169 «. ; 
'A(rcric\T}triui, 170 n. ; ^ETralyeros ; 
Ti^xavSpos ; Ka\Klfiaxos... ; Ei/dvfiii^ 
Xov : iraTSes 'ASijvalat ; 'AptffTOKXTJs ; 
6 XoXapyeis, 174 ; 'A\Kifiaxos ; Neap- 
Xos, 17 s; seven unpublished inscrip- 
tions, 176; ak fi4vit ddvaros; 'A/*€(- 
viov ; 'Apriov ; irdiSes dfie/xirrot ; *i- 
\wv ; SS^u'EKh-fivtov..., 176; Aiovvcrios; 
'ApxetTTpdrT] ; ''Apxnriros, IJ"] ; TTipvs, 
177-178; ¥lm6fjLaxi>s ; FKavKidSris ; 
'Epx^^M**'^' ) AuaiWav ; ^uiSi/xiSTis ; 
BeAr/ffTTj, 178; (ro0/aj/... ; Uavdnnri- 
Stjs; HtKapeTTj; ifipus..., 179; Tpitrawv 
ffreixf'CV.,. : ^pul... ; KiX'flf^tTnros ; fioT- 
pat; EvktItov, 180; 'Apx^pixos; otSe 
■nap' 'EXX-fjaivovTov..., 20I ; Avauv ; vs 
Xatpioivos ', rdpyvWos ; Ev-ijywp ; 'A6^- 
jnji, 203 ; ^i\Ci)v ; iraiSi, 204. 

Attica (northwestern), map, Q. vii. 98 
(pi. i.). 

Augustus (emperor), cult of, I. i. 159; 
cult in Assos, 38 ; same in Kyzikos, 
39; in inscriptions of Assos, 36, 41, 
51 ; of Lystra, iii. 142 ; of Altii Kapii, 
217 ; title in inscription, i. 53. 

Augustus, C. Csesar Germ., in inscrip- 
tions of Assos, C. i. 133, 134, 135. 

Auralama, Yailasii, ruins at, I. iii. 160. 

Aurelius, Marcus (emperor), in inscrip- 
tion of Tchamkieui.I. ii, 36; of Hedje, 
log; of Palaea Isaura, iii. 107, 112; 
of Konana, 339 ; on milestones, 447, 
448. 

Austrian government, surveys piers of 
Trajan's bridge, A. i. 98-99. 

Avdjilar, I. iii. 50. 

Avshar, inscription at, I. iii. 279. 

Axes (stone) of Indians of Arizona, A. 
V. 45. 

Axos, position of; cisterns at, A. ii. 46. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L, = Ward's 

Wolfe exped. M, = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 

2 



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INDEX. 



Ayasmat, C. i. 4; inhabitants destroy 
Ivalee, 3. 

Ayme, proposed exploration in Yuca- 
tan, A. iii. 35 ; expense of same, 36. 

Babk-calessi, trade of, C. i. 56; geology 
of its vicinity (with cut), 197, 198, 
igg, 201. 

Baba cape ; village, castle, and mole at, 
A. i. 145. 

Babin (the Jesuit), on the Olympieion 
at Athens, I. i. 187. 

Babylonia, prospects for exploration in, 
L. 27-33, ^' '^'' 43> ^' 37 J excavations 
in, L. 27-28 ; four great cities of, 28- 
29 ; importance of geographical work 
in, 29-30 ; canals of, 30 ; exportation 
of antiquities from, 31 ; antiquities 
obtained by Ward, 31-32 ; mode of 
obtaining antiquities from, 32-33 ; 
French excavations in, to be resumed, 
A. ix. 41 ; Wolfe expedition, see 
Wolfe expedition ; mounds in south- 
ern part, vii. 36. 

Babylonian art, figure of a man mounted 
on a bird ; earlier and later art ; ma- 
terial of older cylinders, F. 5 ; Greek 
helmets in, 6 ; divine triad (cut), 6- 
7 ; god of agriculture (with cuts), 7- 
12 ; agricultural occupations in, 8 ; 
plow (with cut), 8-9 ; rising sun (with 
flate), 12-19; tablet of Abuhabba, 
16, 18 ; club armed with flints (with 
plate), 16; Shamash and Aa, 18. 

cylinder of Kamuma iyiK'Cciflate), 

T. 17 ; cylinders representing the ris- 
ing sun [with p/ate), 12-19. 

expedition from Philadelphia, 

proposed, A. ix. 41-42 ; fund for, 61 ; 
members of, 61-62 ; circular concern- 
ing, in 61-62 ; plan of work, 62 ; work 
during 1888-89, x. 36-37. 

god Bel, F. 7 ; god Raman, 7, 

lo-il ; god of agriculture (with cuts). 



7-12; the divine triad (with cut), 

6-7. 

Babylonian hymn to the settmg sun, tn 
F. 15-16; hymns to the Sun-god, in 
16 ; hymn to the sun, in 19. 

plow (with cut), F. 8-9. 

seal cylinders (with cuts), T. 3- 

5, A. vii. 36-37 ; seals with Phoeni- 
cian inscriptions (with cuts), F. 5-7 ; 
seals representing god of agriculture, 
8-12. 

Bacon, F. H., visits Assos (1879), C. i. 
14; member of the Assos expedition, 
A. ii. 28, C. i. 16 ; reaches Mytilene, 
A. ii. 30; oversees shipment of an- 
tiquities, V. 24 ; leaves Assos, 25. 

and M. Wrigley, p/an 0/ Assos, 

C. i. I. 

Bademli, inscriptions at, I. iii. 188-189. 

Baedeker, Griechenland, I. iv. 26-27. 

Bagharzik Dere, I. iii. 190, ii. 187. 

Baghdad, L. 17. 

Baghdad Kyri, ruins and dug-out dwell- 
ings at, I. iii. 79. 

Baghlii, inscription at, I. iii. 280-281. 

Bagnarolo ruins, A. i. 88. 

Bai'ndir, fragmentary inscription at, I. 
iii. 192. 

Baird, A. M., elected a member of the 
managing committee of the Ameri- 
can School, G. v-vi. 20. 

Baiyat(Seleucia Sidera), inscriptions at, 
I- iii- 333-334; ruined city near, 334. 

Bakhtiar, inscription at ; Phrygian door 
found at, I. iii. 217. 

Bakluzan Dere, rock-cut dwellings at, 
I. iii. 84. 

BaUbahny, geology of its vicinity, C. i. 
205. 

Balbinus (emperor), in inscriptions on 
milestones, I. ii. 243, 266, 274. 

Baldur, inscription at, I. ii. 116. 

Bali-dagh, C. i. 149-153 ; acropolis at 
(with map), 149, 153-155; same, vis- 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class papers. D. = Dor. shaft 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



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ited by party from Assos, 145; earth- 
en jars for dead, found at, 151 ; geol- 
ogy of, 196. 

Baltazzi, D. Bey, appointed commis- 
sioner at Assos, A. V. 23. 

Baliiklagho or Baluklava (sic), name, I. 
iii. 124-125; inscription at, 125. 

Bancroft, Native races, B. ii. 13 «., 15 «., 
77, 302. 

Bandelier, A. F., qualifications for the 
study of Indian archaeology, A. ii. 17- 
18, vi. 32-33 ; his expedition to New 
Mexico and the Rio Grande, ii. 18- 
23 ; visits pueblo of Pecos, 18, vi. 33; 
searches for bell of church at Pecos, 
B. i. 42 ; visits Mesa of Pecos, 99-103 ; 
acknowledges services rendered, 103- 
104 ; Visit to the aboriginal ruins in 
the valley of the Rio Pecos, in 37-133; 
same, A, vi. 33 ; summary of same, 
34-35 ; second edition of same, 34- 
35, iv. 21 ; visits pueblos of San Do- 
mingo and Cochiti, ii. 19, vi. 35 ; let- 
ters from Cochiti, in ii. 19-20; report 
on San Domingo, Cochiti, and New 
Mexico, 24; explores pueblos near 
San Domingo and Cochiti ; discov- 
ers idols of the Queres Indians, 22 ; 
returns to Illinois, 23 ; Report on 
New Mexico (1881), delayed, iv. 21- 
22; salary for 1881-82, ii. 38; goes 
to city of Mexico, 24, vi. 36 ; Report 
of an archceological tour in Mexico 
in 1881, B. ii. ; same, published, A. v. 
52 ; scope of same, B. ii. 48 ; final re- 
port of same tour, A. x. 96; visits 
Cuauhtlantzinco, B. ii. 123-124; vis- 
its Cholula, B. ii. 78, A. iii. 22 ; sum- 
mary of his report on Cholula, A. iii. 
22-34; visits Mitla, A. iii. 30, B. ii. 
276-277 ; excursion to Mitla, B. ii. 
263-326; journey from Cholula to 
Mitla, 263-274; leaves Mitla, 314; 
visits Gui-y-baa, 314 j^'^.; visits Tla- 



colula, A. iii. 34; visits Monte Al- 
ban, A. iii. 34, B. ii. 317 ; returns 
to New Mexico, A. iii. 34, vi. 38 ; 
journey in New Mexico {1882), iv. 
19; Report on his investigations in 
New Mexico in the spring and sum- 
mer of 1882, in M. i. 13-33 > same, A. 
vi. 38 ; proposed work for 1883, iv. 
20, V. 32 ; proposed journey through 
New Mexico to the city of Mexico, 
M. i. 33 ; report on northern Mexico, 
A. vi. 40 ; researches at Las Vegas 
and in Pecos valley, v. 32; tour of 
investigation in New Mexico in 1883- 
84, 32-52; Reports on his investiga- 
tions in New Mexico, 1883-84 (with 
map*), in 55-98; first report, pre- 
pared, 50; letter from San Juan 
(April 9, 1883), in iv. 19-20; work 
for the Institute, 1880-85, v'- 32-40; 
goes to Mexico (1886), viii. 47 ; Ar- 
chaological work in Arizona and New 
Mexico during 1888-89, '"■ ^' 106- 
108 ; letter from Santa Fe (May 4, 
1888) on recent Indian researches, in 
ix. 55-61 ; letter on recent researches 
in American archaeology, 41 ; value 
of his archseological work, x. 41 ; 
personal character, v. 49; Historical 
introductioti to studies among the Sed- 
entary Indians of New Mexico, in B. 
i. 1-33 ; same, A. vi. 39 ; second edi- 
tion of same, called, x. 95 ; continu- 
ation of same, B. i. 27, A. x. 95-96 ; 
final Report on the Indians of New 
Mexico, plan of, A. vii. 45-46 ; same, 
delayed in publication, viii. 47-48 ; 
same, in press, ix. 40, x. 35 ; value of 
same, ix. 40-41 ; cited on houses of 
New Mexican Indians, vi. 38-39 ; 
Social organization and mode of govern- 
ment of the ancient Mexicans, B. ii. 
132 «. ; On the tenure of land (etc.) 
* The map by mistake reads 1873. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterretl's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
' Wolfe exped. M. = Bull of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lampouia. 



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INDEX. 



among the ancient Mexicans, 218 n.\ 
History of the colonization and mis- 
sions of New Mexico, A. viii. 47. 

Bandelier (senior), researches in Vene- 
zuela, A. ix. 58. 

Barbarossa (king), traverses Troad, C. 
i. 76. 

Baris, identified, I. iii. 326; inscriptions 
at, ii. 117-119. 

Barla, I. iii. 335. 

Barranca del Muerto, battle at,B. ii. 39. 

Bartram, Observations, etc., A. i. 34-35 J 
plan of Onondaga house (cut), 34. 

Basil II. (emperor), in inscription of 
Kotchash, I, ii. 171. 

Bassus, Pomponius, in inscription of 
Boyiik Nefezkieui, I. ii. 309, 310. 

Baughl's Sidings, B. i. 40 ; services of 
the inhabitants to Bandelier, 40 n. 

Baulo ; inscription at, I. iii. 2S2. 

Bayram, or Bayramkoi, or Bayram-ka- 
lessi, see Behrkm. 

Beckwith, I. T., elected a member of 
the Managing Committee of the 
American School, G. v-vi. 20. 

Behram, A. i. 152 ; first historical men- 
tion of, C. i. 77 ; mosque ; cisterns, 
A. i. 152; mediaeval watch-tower, 152- 
153 ; traditions of its inhabitants, 153 ; 
commerce of, 146, C. i. 17-18, 55-56; 
geology of its vicinity, 192-194, 204- 
205, 2o5 ; jurisdiction comprising, 
22 ; port of, N. 4; see also Assos. 

Bei Shehir, I. iii. 188. 

Beirflt, American College at, A. ix. 43. 

Bel (god), r. 7. 

Belcaive pass, inscription at, I. i. 62. 

Belcher mosaic glass company, gift to 
the American School, G. v-vi. 36. 

Beldjighas, I. iii. 197 ; inscriptions at, 
196-197. 

Bel Punar, I. iii. 122. 

Beni Hassan, tomb of, D. 13 seq. ; shaft 
from same (with cut), 16-17. 



Bennet, G. C, services to Bandelier, B. 
i. 103. 

Bergama, excavations at, A. x. 51-55. 

Berlin, Oriental Committee and its pro- 
posed expeditions, A. ix. 41 ; Royal 
Museum, collection of Greek sculp- 
tures, X. 51, 52. 

Berlingieri, Luigi, dealings with the 
Magna Grascia expedition, A. viii. 
45-46. 

Bertani, furnishes Stillman with map, 
A. i. 84-85 ; other services to him, 
89. 

Bessarabia, called Budjak, I. iii. 13 n. 

Beule, on statues from the Athenian 
acropolis, A. x. 87. 

Bevier, Louis, Olympieion at Athens, in 
I. i. 181-212. 

Bibliographies, see subjects. 

Bikelas, D., gift to library of the Amer- 
ican School, G. vii. 44. 

Biredjik, inscription near, I. iii. 433. 

Birs Nimrud, excavations at, L. 17-18. 

Bismya, L. 20. 

Black Range mountains, A. v. go ; " fam- 
ily dwellings " on, 90. 

Black Sea, ancient geographical knowl- 
edge of, A. i. 107 ; views of the an- 
cients on its future geological history, 
108-109; ^^ scene of mythical ad- 
ventures and predatory expeditious, 
109 ; products and commerce of, iio- 
1 1 1 ; colonial towns on ; the highway 
of India trade, in; ancient theories 
about its ice ; climate of its shores, 
112; western coast, 113, 117; Mile- 
sian settlements on, 115-116; Ionic 
colonies on, 116; ancient dread of, 
117 ; winds on, 118; called "mother 
of waters '' ; coin of [cut), 121 ; name, 
127; Greek legends of, 130. 

Blaine, J. G., services to the Institute, 
A. ii. 30-31. 

Boars in the Troad, C. i. 114 «. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C, = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F, = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept of School. 



INDEX. 



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Boeckh, on site of Icaria, G. vii. 49; 
Collectio inscriptionum Gracarum, I. 

!■ 36, 37. 84 »• 
Boeotian inscription on vase, I. iv. 201. 
Boeotian vowels, I. iv. 266, 273. 
Boghaz Su, course of, I. iii. 309-310. 
Bologne, Francisco de, Lettre, B. ii. 64. 
Bonito pueblo (witli/Zafej), A. i. 48-50, 

V. 41. 
Bootes (constellation), legendary origin 

of, G. vii. 66. 
Bosola, ruins at; inscriptions at, I. iii. 

21-23. 

Bosporus, Darius's pontoon bridge 
over, A. i. 106, 122; coast north- 
wards from, 117; current in, 121-122; 
legendary origin of, 130. 

Boston Museum of P'ine Arts, transac- 
tions regarding antiquities at Assos, 

A. iv. 24, V. 24; proposed enlarge- 
ment of, vii. 42 ; subscription for 
same; given Greek terra-cottas and 
Egyptian antiquities, ix. 44. 

Boston Society of Architects, testimo- 
nial to Assos expedition ; contribu- 
tion to Clarke's expenses ; contrib- 
utes $500 toward expense of print- 
ing Report on Assos, Cabot's Letter 
concerning work at Assos, etc. ; bears 
part of the expense of printing 
Clarke's Report on Assos, A. v. 26. 

Boston University, invited to co-operate 
in the American School, G. iv. 18. 

Botticher, Carl, Polias- Tempel, I. i. 222 ; 
Tektonik der Helleiten, E. 9. 

Boturini, Idea de una nueva historia, 

B. ii. 244. 

Bourke, work on the Mochis, A. ix. 56. 
Bowdoin College, unable to 00-operate 

in the American School, G. i-iii. 20, 

(A. V. 104). 
Boyalik, in.=cription at, I. ii. 308. 
Boyalii, fragmentary inscription at, I. 

iii. 179. 



Bbyiik Homa, inscription at, I. iii. 186. 

Kabadja, inscriptions at, I. iii. 

400-402. 

Nefezkieui (Tavium), I. ii. 311 ; 

inscriptions: Imp. Nerva, 308-311; 
fragment, 311; Yoviptva,; 'AXvirla, 
312; @€6Sa>pos, 312-313; IlfKayla; 
@eaS6Tri, 313; 'A\v!rtas, 314; re6p- 
yis ; Aa.vii\\, 314-315; Tlav\os, 325; 
Tepfxavov, 316 ; ^TE(payos, 316-317 ; 
^Tfipavis, 317 ; EvSd/xis, 317-318 ; 
'luamla, 318; five fragments, 318- 
320 ; see also Nefezkieui 

Boz Dagh, view from, I. iii. 79. 

Bozdam, ruins at, I. iii. 138. 

Braba, identified, A. i. 50, B. i. 23. 

Bradley, C. W., a member of the Assos 
expedition, A. ii. 29, C. i. 16. 

Brantz-Mayer, Mexico as it was aiid as 
it is, B. ii. 69. 

Brasseur de Bourbourg, C. E., Histoire 
des 7iations civilisees du Mexiqiie et de 
V Amirique centrale, B. ii. 17 n. 

Bridges : pontoon on Danube at Kazan, 
A. i. 96; Trajan's bridge over the Dan- 
ube, 97-102 ; others built by Trajan, 
102; w^a/jo Trajan; pontoon bridges 
of antiquity, 106-107 > Darius's pon- 
toon bridges, 106. 

Bridgman, W. R., work at the Ameri- 
can School, H. ii. 13, 

Brinton, D. G., Library of aboriginal 
American literature, A. x. 102. 

British Museum, Inscriptions, I. iv. i6i- 
202 passim. 

British School at Athens, to be estab- 
lished, H. i. 14; established, G. iv. 
20-21 ; building for, G. iv. 21, v-vi. 
26, 27, 35 ; situation, v-vi. 34 ; library 
open to American School, 16, vii. 17 ; 
relations with the American School ; 
directors of, A. a. 65. 

Broussa, governor of, alleged opposition 
to the excavation of Assos, C. i. 22-23. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M, = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



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INDEX. 



Brown, Francis, elected a member of 
the Managing Committee of the 
American School, G. iv. i8. 

Brown University, supports scheme of 
the American School, G. i-iii. 6, 7, 
(A. iii. 52, 53) ; subscribes to same, G. 
i-iii. 9, (A. iii. 55). 

Brunn, on date of Assos reliefs, C. i. 1 19. 

Buck, C. D., conducts excavations at 
Sto Dionyso (Icaria), A. ix. 46 ; a 
student at American School, G. vii. 
8 ; directs excavations at Sicyon, 10 ; 
special study at the American School, 
43 ; Inscriptions found on the Acropo- 
lis, 43-44. 

Budjak, I. iii. 13, 279. 

" Buffalo country," situation of, B. i. 26. 

Buffalos, first acquaintance of the Span- 
iards with, B. i. 17. 

Buildings of antiquity, how represented, 
A. i. loi ; lost treatises on, 104. 

Bulletin de correspondance hellinique, I. 
ii., \\\., passim. 

Bunarbashi, the site of the Ilios of Ho- 
mer, C. i. 143, 144; excavations at, 
144; accommodations for travellers 
in, 148; antiquities found at, 152; 
importance of excavating, 152-153; 
acropolis [plates), 151, 153; geology 
of its vicinity, 212. 

Bunarbashi river, C. i. 155-156. 

Burgoa, Francisco de, Geogrdfica de- 
scripcion de la parte septentrional del 
Polo Artico de la America, etc., B. ii. 
33-34 »., 272 «., 273 n., 303 n. 

Burial, modes practised by Indians, B. 
i. 99 «. 

Bursian, Geographic von Griechenland, 
I. iv. 25-26; in Neue Jahrb. f. Philol. 
und Pddog., on the Pnyx, 242-243. 

Buschmann, J. C. E., Ueber die azte- 
kischen Ortsnamen, B. ii. 8 n. 

Butes, altar of, in the Erechtheion, I. i. 
232, 233- 



Byzantine empire, weakness of, in the 
6th century, A. i. 123. 

Byzantium, founded ; early importance 
of, A. i. 122; coin {cut), 123; taken 
by Gattilusio ; in the 14th century, 
140; see also Constantinople. 

Cabeza de Vaca, tradition of, among 
the Zuni, A. v. 40. 

Cabirian mysteries, A. i. 133-134. 

Cabot, E. C, Letter concerning the 
work at Assos, etc., pritited sepa- 
rately ; letter on results of Assos ex- 
pedition, in A. V. 26-27. 

Cacique of the New Mexican Indians, 
M. i. 22-23. 

Cactii, B. ii. 121, 275. 

Cadmus (Kadmos), settles Thebes, C. 
i. H2, D. 14. 

Cjesar, Gains, in inscription of Assos, 
I. i. 30 ; career up to 2 A. D., 30-31. 

Caesar, Gallus, murders Caslius Mon. 
tins, I. i. 60-61. 

Caesuras in Greek inscriptions, I. iv, 

47-58- 

Caicos, identified, C. i. 77. 

Calendar stones of Mexico, B. ii. 56-57 

Caliacra cape, A. i. 114. 

California University, subscribes to 
American School, G. i-iii. 11, {A. iv. 
49) ; withdraws from co-operation in 
same, G. iv. 17, H. ii. 19. 

Caligula (emperor), decree of Assos 
concerning, in I. i. 50-53. 

Callimachus, lamp of, in the Erech- 
theion, I. i. 234-235. 

Calocherino, Minos, excavations at 
Gnossos, A. ii. 49. 

Calvert, Frank, services to Assos ex- 
pedition, C. i. 145 ; excavations at 
Chigri, 147 ; finds jars at Bali-dagh, 
151; on serpentine at Kemar river, 
202 ; On the site and remains of Co- 
lonce, E. 28 n. 



A. = Am. rept. of Inst. B. = Am er. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



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Camara, identified, A. ii. 47. 

Camargo, Hist, de la ripublique de 
Tlaxcallan, B. ii. 187 k., 200. 

Canadian River, vestiges of pueblos 
found on, A. ix. 59. 

Caiion del Tule, water-courses and en- 

' closed " small houses" at, A. v. 43. 

Capixlahuatzin, Testamento de^ B. ii. 
113 «., 133 /<,, 218-219 n. 

Cappadocia, two maps, illustrating Ster- 
rett's route, in cover ofl.W.; separate 
administration of, 126; language of 
the western part, 230. 

Cappadocian stele at Fassiller, I. iii. 
164-166. 

Caps on ancient statues, M. i. 38. 

Capua, a field for archaeological re- 
search, A. vii. 40. 

Cara, inscription found at, G. vii. 48. 

Caracalla (emperor), in inscriptions on 
milestones, I. iii. 447(?), ii. 264, 268, 
277, 278, 292, 293 ; statue of, in the 
Olympieion, i. 206. 

Carallia, ruins of, E. 14. 

Carchemish, Hittite ruins at, L. lo-ii. 

Carellius, F., Dissertazioite esegitica in- 
torno air origins ed al sistema della 
sacra architettura presso i Greci, E. 
10. 

Carians, colonies of, A. i. 115; colonize 
the Troad, C. i. 59. 

Caristanius, name in inscription of Ye- 
men, I. ii. 134-135. 

Carleton (Major), expedition into New 
Mexico in 1853, A. v. 35 «. 

Carr, Lucien, Mounds of the Mississippi 
valley historically considered, A. x. 
102-103. 

Casa Blanca, thickness of its walls, A. 
v. 69, 70 ; rooms of, 70 ; tradition of 
early occupation of. 80. 

Casa Grande, A v. 67-72 ; tank at, 69; 
origin of its architectural style, 71- 
72 ; purpose of mounds of, 72 ; lin- 



tels of ; height of rooms in, 74 ; tra- 
dition of its foundation, 80. 

Casas Grandes, location of, B. i. 10 
n. , bibliography of descriptions of; 
identified, 11 «., 12 k.; Chihuahua, 
12 n. 

Castaiieda y Nagera, Pedro de, Rela- 
tion du voyage de Cibola, B. i. 10-27, 
53 «■. 57 "; 66 n., 73 «., 79, 113, 
114-115, 117, 132 tt.; accuracy of, 
22 n. 

Castaiio de la Sosa, Caspar, Memoria 
del descubriviiento, etc., B. i. 64 n,, 
105. 

Castillo, B. D. de. Hist, verdadera de la 
conquista de Niteva-Espaha, B. ii. 61. 

Castle of Europe, A. i. 124. 

Castra Regina, history of, A. i. 94-95. 

Castus, C. Varius, in inscriptions of 
Assos, C. i. 134, 135, I. i. 52, 53. 

Cave dwellings, distribution of, M. i. 
27 ; structure of, 27, 28-29, 3°-32. 

Cecropium (Kekropion) at Athens, I. i. 
230. 

Cedreae, inscription of, I. iv. 187. 

Cenchreae (Kenchreai), identified, E. 
26-28. 

Centaur from Cyprus, Ludlow's essay 
on (with//a/(?), in M. i. 35-40. 

Centaurs, examples of, with human fore 
legs (with cut), M. i. 35-36 ; weap- 
ons and clothing of, 37 n. ; origin of, 
39-40; representations of, C. i. no, 
A. iv. 43. 

Central America, progress of archaeol- 
ogy in, A. i. 73 seq. ; commission 
recommended to be sent to southern 
part, 77. 

Ceos (Ke'oi), I. i. 252 k. ; inscription of, 
iv 182. 

Cerameicus, a place of assembly, I. iv. 
208. 

Cermalus (vicus), in inscription of An- 
tiochia (Pis.), I. ii. 141, 143. 



H. = Bull, of School. I, = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M, = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



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INDEX. 



Cerrillos mountains, B. i. 39 «. 

Cerro Hueco, pueblos found in, A. ix. 

59- 
Cerro San Diego, ruins at ; pottery and 

metates found at, A. v. 89. 
Cervetri, Etruscan figures from, C. i. 

121. 
Cestrus river, identified, I. iii. 318. 
Chaco Rio, caiion of, A. i. 50 ; pueblos 

in same, 46-50, 74. 
Chserigenes, an Icarian, G. vii. 89-90. 
Chalcedon, A. i. 123. 
" Chalchihuites '' (green stones), B. ii. 

211. 
Chalcis, inscription of, I. iv. 181. 
Chanac, C. i. 22. 
Chandler, Travels in Greece, G. vii. 54- 

SS- 

Chapin, Angle C, elected a member 
of the Managing Committee of the 
American School, G. vii. 11. 

Chapultepec hill, B. ii. 74-76; effigy of 
Ahuitzotl found at, 75-76. 

Charcoal burning in Cholula, B. ii. 98. 

Charnay, Desire, the director of the 
Lorillard expedition, A. ii. 23 ; dis- 
bands expedition, 24; explorations 
in Central America, x. 98. 

Cherokees, cabins of, A. i. 30 ; mode of 
constructing mounds for the green- 
corn dance, x. 99-100. 

Chersonesus (Khersonesos), A. ii. 43- 
44. 

Chet or ^ra (sic), use of, in Ionic alpha- 
bet, I. iv. 263-264. 

Chiapas, revolt of, A. i. 57. 

Chichen pueblo, A. i. 60, 63. 

Chichiltic-calli or Red House, name, B. 
i. 10 K. ; identified, 10-12. 

Chiconauh Quiahuitl (idol), worship 
of, B. ii. 207-208 ; described, 213-214. 

Chigri, C. i. 145-147 ; vases found at, 
147. 

Chigri mount, proto-Ionic capital found 



on, Clarke's essay, E. (see also Nean- 
drieia, proto-Ionic capital) ; leaved 
kyma found on, E. 4; situation and 
view from summit, 23-24 ; walls on, 
24-25 ; identified with Skepsis ; with 
Kokylion, 25-26 ; with Kenchreai, 
26-28 ; with Kolonai, 28 ; notices of, 
by modern travellers, 25-26; evil re- 
pute of, 26 ; summit of, 26 n. ; iden- 
tified with Neandreia, 29-34; geology 
of, C. i. 203-204, 214. 

Chios, inscriptions of, I. iv. 184. 

Chiusi, vases and pottery from, A. ix. 

43- 

Choiseul-Gouffier, M. G. A. F. de. Voy- 
age pittoresque de la Grice, E. 25, C. i. 
5-6 ; visits the Levant, C. i. 5. 

Cholula city, B. ii. 110-117; churches 
of, 111-113; houses of, 115-117; 
lintel in house of {cut), 116. 

district, Bandelier's studies 

about Cholula and its vicinity, in B. 
ii. 79-262 ; described, 93 seg. ; popu- 
lation (1880), 93-94; methods of ag- 
riculture practised in, 95-96 ; man- 
ufacture of metates, 97 ; charcoal 
burning, 98 ; gathering of turpen- 
tine; sulphur mining, 99; antiquity 
of man in, 108-110; houses in, 123- 
128 [see also Tepoztecatl's house) ; 
doors of same prior to the Conquest, 
127-128, with plafe (figs. 4, 5, 6), 96; 
houses near, 128-129, with plate (figs. 
II, 12), 96; original grant to, 136- 
137 ; population of, 137 ; aboriginal 
boundaries of, 159-162; population, 
160; Nahuatl inscription at, 163 «. ; 
products and trade of, 209-213; an 
Indian market, 209 ; pottery made at, 
210-211 ; plumage of birds of, 212; 
how a place of pilgrimage, 213 ; map 
of (plate), 254; sites of former Indian 
settlements in, 259-260; occupied by 
three successive stocks, 261-262. 



A, = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D, = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion, cap. F, = Orient. Antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



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Cholula plain, difficulties in the archae- 
ological study of, B. ii. 109-110. 

pueblo, extent at time of the 

Conquest, B. ii. 162-163 ; population 
at same time, 163-164; massacre in, 
by Cortes, 164-165, n. \ not a holy 
city, 168-169; called Tollan Cholol- 
lan or Tollam Cholollam, 194; found- 
ing of, 196-197; early inhabitants, 
197 ; tradition of giants in ; taken by 
Nahuatl Indians, 201-202 ; succes- 
sive occupations of, A. iii. 30 ; priest- 
hood of Quetzalcohuatl at, B. ii. 205- 
207 ; idols of same at, 208 ; worship of 
Chiconauh Quiahuitl, 207-208; idol 
of same at, 2:3-214; water supply 
of, 216; "tiatoca-tlalli" of, 218-219; 
human bones and relics at, 220-224; 
sites where same were found {plate, 
fig. 10), 228 ; house architecture of, 
224-228 ; building material used in, 
225, 227-228 ; reliefs of the head of 
an eagle at ; reliefs in a doorway at 
San Andres (plate), 225 ; Cerro de 
Acozac at ( with plate, fig. i ) , 228-229, 
231-232; name of same, 229; Cerro 
de la Cruz at, 229-232, with plate 
(fig. 2), 228 ; old map of, made in 
1581 (double plate), 230; limestone 
slabs at, 231, 233. 

Great Mound (or Pyramid) of, B. 
ii. 233-254, mXih plates, 233, 234; same, 
A. iii. 24, 26 ; founder of, 24 ; composi- 
tion of, B. ii. 237-240 ; stone steps, 
239-240 ; staircase (plate, fig. 3), 
228; structures surrounding, 241- 
242 ; descriptions of, at time of the 
Conquest, 242-245; blazon of, 243, 
with plate (fig. 9), 228; manner of 
constructing, purpose, and builders 
of, A. iii. 27-29; restoration of, B. ii. 
245-247, with plate (figs. 4, 5), 228 ; 
material of, 247-248 ; purpose of, 
247-253 ; temple of the god of rain 



on, 249, A. iii. 28 ; traditions of, B. 
ii. 249-251 ; Indian names of, 251 ; 
builders of, 253 ; so called destruc- 
tion of; worship of Quetzalcohuatl 
on, 254. 

Indian mounds near, B. ii. 254- 
259, A. iii. 29; lava statues in same, 

A. iii. 30 ; types of architecture at, 

B. ii. 261. 

Cholula, Pyrdmide de, B. ii. 231 n. 

, Merced de, B. ii. 136 n. 

Cholulan Indians, physique of, B. ii. 
117-119; idiom of, 119-120; clothing 
of, I20-IZ2; live in families, 123; 
marriage customs and family life, 
135-138 ; diet and meals of, 138-142; 
ecclesiastical, judicial, and military 
organization of, 153-155; reticence of; 
superstitious regard for documents, 
155-156 ; survival of idolatry auiong, 
156-157 ; witchcraft among, 157- 
158; method of curing disease, 158 ; 
vapor bath of (with plate, figs. 2, 3), 
158-159; condition at time of the 
Conquest, 159 seq. ; relations with 
neighboring tribes, 164-165 ; number 
of kins, 165 ; military organization, 
167-168; condition before the Con- 
quest ; worship Quetzalcohuatl, 203- 
204; dress of, 215; weapons, 215- 
216; horticulture, 216, 218; uses of 
maguey, 217-218; mode of tenure of 
land, 218-219 ; marriage customs, 
219-220; burial customs, 220, 224; 
want of respect for ancestors, 223. 

Cholultecos, see Cholulan Indians. 

Chopunish Indians, houses of, A. i. 41, 
42. 

Christ, in inscriptions of Isparta (Ba- 
ris), I. ii. 118, 119; in inscription of 
Iconium, 2ti, 212; monogram of, in 
inscriptions, iii. 40. 

Christensen, Richard, Athens Pnyx, I. 
iv. 246-247. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. I. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M, = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



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INDEX. 



Chrysa, identified, C. i. 62 n. 

Cibola, seven cities of, identified, B. i. 

9-14, A. i. 46, V. 41, X. 107 ; name, B. 

1.9. 
Cicero, Pro Flacco, I. i. 97 n. 
Cicuye, identified, B. i. 17, 20-21, 23, 

113-11S, A. vi. 34. 
Cilicia, Kiepert's map, in caver of I. iii. 
Cimonian peace, conditions of, C. i. 71. 
Circassians east of the Antitaurus, I. ii. 

233- 

Circe, A. i. 109. 

Ciriaco di Pizzicolli of Ancona, travels 
in the East, A. i. 142. 

Citizenship held by one man in several 
cities, I. i. 107. 

Clarke, J. T., visits Greek shores ; as- 
sisted by the Institute, A. i. 14; pro- 
posed field of study, 15; Archaeological 
notes on Greek shores, I.,z?/ A. i. 91-163; 
same, 15, C. i. 14; voyage down the 
Danube, A. i. 93 seq. ; detained under 
Cape Caliacra, 114 ; reaches Cyanean 
rocks, 118; passes the Propontis, 
123; swims the Hellespont, 125; at 
Imbros, 126-127; passes hot springs 
on Samothrace, 144; visits Assos 
(1879), C. i. 14; given the charge of 
the Assos expedition, A. ii. 28 ; Pre- 
liminary report on the investigations 
at Assos during the year 188 1 , in C. i. 
1-131 ; visits Pergamon, 23 ; leaves 
Assos (i88i), 47 ; resumes work 
(1882), A. V. 21; letters on work at 
Assos during November and Decem- 
ber, 1882, M. i. 9-1 1 ; letters from 
Assos dated April 4 and April 7, 
1883, in A. iv. 26-29 ; advises con- 
tinuance of work at Assos during 
1883, M. i. 8 ; returns to America, A. 
v. 24; unable to join Wolfe expedi- 
tion, L. 8 ; to visit Magna Grsecia, A. 
viii. 40; studies fragment from the 
Chiesa di Sansoni, 41 ; letters from 



Croton (January, 1887), on excava- 
tion of temple of Hera Lakinia, in 
43-46 ; lectures on excavations at 
Croton, G. v-vi. 15; final report on 
the investigations at Assos, progress 
of, I. i. II, A. iv. 45, V. 25, vi. 41, vii. 
38, viii. 46-47, ix. 39-40, X. 36 ; Proto- 
Ionic capital, vii. 38; survey of the 
Athenian Pnyx (plate), I. iv. 207 ; 
notes to Crow's Athenian Pnyx, 207- 
2.^ passim. 

Clarke, J. T., and Emerson, papers on 
Magna Graecia in Journ. of archaol., 
A. ix. 39 ; investigations in Southern 
Italy interrupted, x. 40. 

Classical archaeology, recent progress 
in, Emerson's essay, in A. x. 47-94 ; 
present methods, 47-48 ; periodicals 
on, 56-57 > recent books on, 92 ; 
present condition in America, 92- 
93 ; European collections, 93 ; future 
work in, 94. 

education, present methods, H. 

i. 23-24; value of, 24. 

Claudia, in inscription of Tralleis, I. i. 
96. 

Claudianus, C. Jul., in inscription of 
Tralleis, I. i. 108. 

Claudiopolis, identified, I. iii. 8 ; see 
also Mut. 

Clavigero, Storia di Messico, B, ii. 37. 

Cleaenetus, an Icarian, G. vii. 84, 88. 

Clemens, C. Valerius, in inscription at 
Kavak, I. iii. 156. 

Clemens, Catius, in inscription on mile- 
stone, I. ii. 272. 

Cliff of King Phineus, A. i. 121. 

Cliff houses, M. i. 27-28. 

"Closed House " of the Pueblo of Zayi, 
A. i. 68-69. 

Coats of arms of Greek cities, C. i. 113. 

Cochiti pueblo, home life of inhabit- 
ants of, A. ii. 19-20 ; idol of Shyayag 
discovered at, vi. 36. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B, = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient. Antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



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Cocussus, inscription at, K. ig ; see also 
GoksUn. 

Cocyllum (Kokylion), identified, E. 25. 

Codex chimalpopoca, B. i. 3. 

Vaticamts, B. i. 4, 

Coffer dam, Roman, A. i. 98. 

Cofre de Perote mount, B. ii. 15, 16. 

Coins bearing representation of Diony- 
siac theatre, I. i. 128. 

Coleccion de documentos inSditos de las 
Itidias, B. ii. 164 n. 

Colchians, mode of collecting gold, A. 
i. 109. 

Collectio inscripiionuvi Grizcaruniy I. iii. 
passim. 

CoUega, Cn. Pompeius, in inscription 
of Antiochia (Pis.), I. ii. 148. 

Colon£E (Kolonai), identified, E. 28,35 K. 

Colorado Eiver of the West, banks of, 
B. i. 15. 

Colorado and New Mexico, a field for 
study of Indians, A. i. 20. 

Columbia College, subscribes to Ameri- 
can School, G. i-iii. 9, (A. iii. 55). 

Column of Pompey, on Cyanean rocks 
(with ad), A. i. 1 19-120. 

Colvin, Sidney, Representations of cen- 
taurs in Greek vase-painting, M. i. 39. 

Comal (frying plate), M. i. 19. 

Comana, ruins of, I. ii. 239 ; inscrip- 
tions of, see Shahr ; Protestant church 
at, K. 19. 

Comanches Indians, conquests of, B. i. 
124; spread of, A. v. 80; importance 
of studying, ix. 60. 

Communism, the common principle of 
Indian houses, A. i. 30, 44; anti- 
quity of, among Indians, 43 ; among 
Indians of New Mexico ; of Mex- 
ico, 33 ; of Central America, 33, 
56, 62 ; among Columbia River In- 
dians, 41, 42 ; among the Mayas, 72; 
among the Pecos Indians, B. i. 89-go, 
126-127. 



Co7iqinstador andnimo, B. ii. 217 n. 

Constans, Fl. Jul., in inscription at 
DergUraii, I. iii. 329. 

Constantiniana, identified, A. i. 113. 

Constantinople, lack of ancient monu- 
ments, A. i. 122; Imperial Ottoman 
Museum, 60. 

Constantinus, Fl. CI., in inscription at 
Dergiimii, I. iii. 329; at Bbyiik Ka- 
badja, 401. 

Constantinus Maximus (emperor), re- 
stores Trajan's Danubian bridge ; his 
tower at Egeta; bridge at CEseus, A. i. 
103; triumphal arch, 102; in inscrip- 
tion of Antiochia (Pis.), I. ii. 147 ; at 
Boyiik Kabadja, iii. 401 ; at Ilias, 
420 ; of Man Agha, ii. 179 ; in inscrip- 
tions on milestones, iii. 436-438 ; in 
inscription of Palaea Isaura, no. 

Constantinus II. (emperor), in inscrip- 
tion of Man Agha, I. ii. 179. 

Constantius (emperor), expedition 
against Magnentius, I. i. 60-61 ; in 
inscription of Assos, 59-61 ; at Bo- 
yiik Kabadja, iii. 401; at Dergiimii, 
329; of Karayuk Bazar, ii. 34; at 
Man Agha, 179, 180; on milestones, 
243, 256, 265, 267, 269, 276, 279, 281, 
282, 284, 296 ; in inscription of Pal- 
myra, iii. 446. 

Contraction in Greek inscriptions, I. iv. 
99-104. 

Conze, A., Reise auf den Inseln des 
Thrakischen Meeres, A. i. 143 ; Archd- 
ologische UntersucJntngen auf Samo- 
thrnke, 144. 

Cooley's, sandstone and lava houses, 
pueblo, and village at, A. v. 43-44. 

Copeland, survey of gulf of Adramyt- 
tion, C. i. 9. 

Corcyra, inscription of, I. iv. 166 n. 

Cordillera mountains, approach to, B. ii. 
20-21. 

C6rdoba, ruined mounds near, B. ii. 21. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, repl. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



28 



INDEX. 



(Cordoba district, B. ii. 22. 

Corinth, inscriptions : 'Ziy.iaiv, I. iv. i88 ; 
IToTeiSdFwi'i ; IToTctSoi't (two); Sis 
d<pop^dv (three) ; MavSpoTr{i\ov, 1S9. 

Corinthian architecture, lack of colum- 
nar entasis, C. i. 86. 

Cornelius (saint), in inscription of As- 
sos, I. i. 64. 

Cornelius, L., in inscription of Kayud- 
jali, I. ii. 133. 

Cornell, J. B. and J. M., gift to Ameri- 
can School, G. v-vi. 36. 

Cornell University, supports scheme of 
American School, G. i-iii. 6, 7, (A. iv. 
52, 53) ; subscribes to same, G. i-iii. 
II, (A. iv. 49). 

Coronado, F. V., direction of march 
from Culiacan, B. i. 8 ; expedition of, 
9-27 ; Relacion del suceso de la Jor- 
nada, etc., 14 «., 114; search for the 
buffalo country, 17 ; route from Zuiii 
to the Rio Grande, A. x. 107 ; relia- 
bility of his chroniclers, B. i. 28 ; on 
the Village Indians, A. i. 43, 44. 

Coronanco, Lomitas de, B. ii. 258-259. 

Corpus inscriptionuvi Atiicartim, I. iv. 
161-204 passim ; on the inscriptions 
on chairs in the Dionysiac theatre, i. 
154 «., 156 «., 158, 159, 161 tt; 162 H., 
163, 164, 167, 169, 174 «., 175; on 
inscriptions of the Erechtheion, 226, 
229-231, 236. 

Corpus inscriptionum Gr(Ecarum, I. i. 
2I0-2ii,«. ; iv. i(>i-202 passim. 

Corsi, S. (marquis), services to Still- 
man, A. i. 83, 89. 

Corybantes, bibliography of their rela- 
tion with the Dionysiac myth, I. i. 
139 K. 

Cos, inscription of, I. iv. 201-202. 

Coslou-dagh, geology of, C. i. 208, 

209. 
Cossutius, an architect of the Olympi- 
eion at Athens, I. i. 199. 



Cortes, Hernando, Carta cuarta, B. ii. 
4 n. ; Carta segunda, 10, 145 «., 164 »., 
167 K. ; route to Tlaxcallan, 33 ; pas- 
sage of the cumbre of Popoca-tepetl, 
104-105; massacre of Indians in 
Cholula pueblo, 164-165, n. ; connec- 
tion with the Cerro de la Cruz at 
Cholula, 230-231. 

Cotton, used by Indians of the South- 
west, A v. 76. 

Coyj E. G., student at the American 
School, H. ii. 14. 

Crasis, in Greek inscriptions, I. iv. 124- 
126. 

Creek Indians, cabins of, A. i. 30; 
houses of tribes in Georgia, 42, 43 ; 
domestic life, 71. 

Cremna, identified, I. iii. 319; colonial 
name of, 320; inscriptions of, see 
Girme. 

Crete, ancient sites in, A. ii. 41-49; po- 
litical troubles in, 34 ; archaeological 
investigations in, x. 63-64. 

Crispus, Fl., in inscription at Boyiik 
Kabadja, I. iii. 401. 

Croesus, source of his wealth, C. i. 68 ; 
jurisdiction of ; reign of; fosters art 
in the Sporades, 69. 

Crosby, N. E., a student at the Ameri- 
can School, G. v-vi. 13, vii. 26. 

Cross in Mexican art, origin of, B. ii. 
184-185. 

Croton, a field for archaeological re- 
search, A. vii. 40 ; temple of Hera 
Lakinia at, see Hera Lakinia. 

Crow, J. M., to describe the Pnyx, G 
i-iii. 15, (A. iv. 53); Athenian P7iyx, 
in I. iv. 205-260 ; same, prepared, G. 
i-iii. 25, (A. V. log). 

Crusaders in the Troad, C. i. 75. 

Cruzate, Gironza Petroz de, gives 
grant of land to Pecos pueblo, B. i. 
122. 

Ctesias, Persic., on Salamis, I. i. 256. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C 
E, = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. 



= Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



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Cuauhtitlan, Andles de, B. i. 3, ii. 177- 
178, 185-186,//., 189 «., 198 n. 

Cuauhtlantzinco pueblo, B. ii. 123-128 ; 
" mapa de," 123 ,1. ; founding of, 

127 K., 165-166, n. ; a building in, 

128 ; plan of same (plate, fig. 19), 
96; Merced de, 154 n. 

Cuetlaxcoapan, name, B. ii. 84-85. 

Culhuacan, site of, B. ii. igo. 

Cunard Steamship Company, services 
to American School, G. v-vi. 36. 

Curator urbis, duties of, I. iii. 440. 

Curetes, bibliography of their relations 
to the Dionysiac myth, I. i. 139 n. 

Curtius, Archaische Bronzerelief aus 
Olympia, M. i. 39 n. ; Attische Studieii, 
on the Pnyx, I. iv. 243-246, 248- 
2^1 etsej.; Griechische Gesc/iichie,i. 
241 n. 

Gushing, F. H., methods of Indian re- 
search, A. ix. 57, 60. 

Cushing, F. W., services to Bandelier, 
A. V. 38-39. 

Cushing, W. L., a student at the Amer- 
ican School, 6. v-vi. 10, 13, vii. 26; 
studies architecture, v-vi. 11 ; super- 
intends excavation of theatre of Tho- 
ricus, 12 ; reads Report on the Theatre 
at Thoricus, vii. 33 ; Theatre of Tho- 
ricus, in I. iv. 23-34, G. v-vi. 1 5. 

Cyanean rocks, legendary associations 
of, A. i. 118-119 ; described; an- 
cient use of, 119; marble altar on 
(with cut), 119-120. 

Cycnus (Kyknos), Greek expedition 
against, E. 31-33. 

Cyme, inscription of, I. iv. l88. 

Cynane, called Adea, I. i. 75. 

Cynosarges, identified, A. viii. 36. 

Cynosura (Salamis), I. i. 252 «. 

Cyprus, archaic terra-cotta centaur 
from, Ludlow's essay on, in M. i. 35- 
40; same, described (with /to? and 
cut), 36-39; archaeological investiga- 



tions in, A. X. 63; Assyrian rule in, C. 
i. 65 ; inscriptions of, I. iv. 186-187. 

Cypselus, chest of, at Olympia, C. i. 108. 

Cyrenaica, a field for archaeological re- 
search, A. vii. 40. 

Cyriacus of Ancona, on Olympieion at 
Athens, I. i. 185. 

Cyzicus (Kj'zikos), Antonian family in, 
I. i. 38 ; imperial cultus in, 38-39. 

Dacia, Roman road to, A. i. 95-96. 
Dactyls in Greek inscriptions, I. iv. 58- 

63. 

Dactyls of Ida, legend of, C. i. 63. 

Daghan Hissar, inscription at, I. ii. 
176; road near, 176. 

Damon, an Icarian, G. vii. 85, 86. 

Danube river, Roman settlements on,. 
A. i. 93 seq. ; names of modern towns 
on ; navigation of, 94, 97 ; the boun- 
dary of the Roman empire, 95 ; pon. • 
toon bridges at Kazan, 96-97 ; a1: 
site of Trajan's bridge, 97-98 ; depth, 
98 ; ancient geographical knowledge; 
of ; Roman remains along its lower 
course, 105; Darius's passage of, 
105-108 ; Darius's pontoon bridge at 
Noviodunum, 106-107; "Sanctum 
ostium " ; second pontoon bridge at 
Noviodunum, 108; commercial im- 
portance, no ; Portitsco opening, 

"3- 

Danubian colonies, in time of Hadrian, 
A. i. 103. 

Dardanelles strait, temperature of its 
water, A. i. 124. 

Dardania, possibly identified, C. i. 162. 

Dardanians, fought against Rameses 
II., E. 35 n. 

Darius (king), expedition to Greece, A. 
i. 105-108 ; employs Greek engineers, 
106; expedition against the Scythi- 
ans, 106-107 i pontoon bridges of, 
107. 



H. = Bull, of School. I, = Papers of School. K, = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. H. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



30 



INDEX. 



Dartmouth College, subscribes to the 
American School, G. i-iii. ii, (A. iv. 

49)- 
Davenport, A. H. & Co., gift to the 

American School, G. v-vi. 36. 
Davis, Life in Asiatic Turkey, I. iii. 

52 K., 122; Spanish conquest, B. i. 17- 

18 «., 21. 
Dawes, Miss, at American School, G. 

v-vi. II. 
Dedekieui, Roman milestone at, I. i. 

114. 
Deheque, on Koraes, N. 21 «. 
Deirmen Deresi, inscription at, I. ii. 

253- 

Delian confederacy, difficulties of main- 
taining, A. iii. 40-41. 

Delidje Irmak, caiion of, I. ii. 307. 

Delos, inscriptions : Aeica7(fpos ; 'Aotto- 
aii ; %oivia.s ; ^iXeratpe, I. iv. 182 ; 
NiKaySpj), 183 ; 'iffTioieus ; ®Tifi% ; 
'ApT€jU^S, 202. 

Delph mountain, G. vii. 57. 

Delphi, column of the Naxians at, D. 
4 «. ; inscriptions of, I. iv. 197-198. 

Del Rio, explorations of, A. i. 74. 

Demeter, in inscription of Tefeny, L ii. 
87. 

Demetrios, Tpaixhs SidKo<rtws, on Gar- 
gara, N. 20-22. 

Demosthenes, on commerce with the 
Danube and the Dnieper, A. i. no; 
on Thoricus, I. iv. 2 ; Dc: cor., on the 
Pnyx, 213. 

Dennis, Cities and cemeteries of Etru- 
ria, A. i. 15, 16. 

Dent, Harry, excavations at Pecos, B. i. 
86, 87. 

Deona lake, A. i. 115; canal to, 114-1 1 5. 

De Peyster, F. J., elected m member of 
the Managing Committee of Ameri- 
can School, G. i-iii. 4, (A. iii. 50) ; ap- 
pointed treasurer of same committee, 
G. i-iii. 9, (A. iii. 55). 



Derbe, possibly identified, I. iii. 22-23. 
Derekieui, I. ii. 29; remains at, iii. 173; 

inscriptions, 173-17S; temple at, 177; 

ruins near, E. 7. 
Derende, K. 38 ; banks of the river at, 

38-39- 
Dergiimii, inscriptions at, I. iii. 329-330. 
Derinde, I. ii. 301. 
Derkyllidas, expedition into the Troad, 

E. 29. 
Diamond creek, cave dwellings on, A. 

V. 96. 
Diarbekir, inscriptions at, I. iii. 434- 

436- 
Dibsiz G61, 1, iii. 135. 
Dicaearchus (Pseud.), on Olympieion at 

Athens, I. i. 199—200 ; on Dionysiac 

theatre, 121, 127 «. 
Dictys Cretensis, on Neandreia, E. 31- 

33- 

Didymi, inscription of, I. iv. 188. 

Diez, Bernal, Historia verdadera, B. ii. 
10 «., 16 «., 40 K., 47 «., 7 1 «., 145 «., 
151, 161 «., 242, 255 ». 

Dikili Tash, ruins at, I. iii. 162. 

Diller, J. S., a member of the Assos 
expedition, A. ii. 29, C. i. 16; visits 
Trojan plain ; assists Lawton on his 
Notes, etc., C. i. 145 ; share in Clarke's 
final report on Assos, A. iv. 25 ; Ge- 
ology of Assos, in C. i. 166-179; same, 
A. iii. 41 ; studies geology of the 
Troad, iv. 25 ; Notes upon the geology 
of the Troad, in C. i. 180-215 i same, 
A. iii. 41 ; map for same, C. i. 48 ; er- 
ratum in same, N. lo-i i «. 

Dindebol ; tombs at, I. iii. 80. 

Dinorna (Isaura Nova), I. iii. 149; in- 
scriptions at, 149-153. 

Dio Cassius, on the Danube, A. i. 9S ; 
on Olympieion at Athens, I. i. 205 n. 

Dio Chrysostomus, Orationes, on the 
Greek theatre, I. i. 144 n. 

Diocletian (emperor), in inscription of 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. 

E. = Proto-Ion. cap. 



B, = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft, 
F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of SchooL 



INDEX. 



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Karayak Bazar, I. ii. 33 ; same of 
Man Agha, 180; in inscriptions on 
milestones, 243, 256, 265, 267, 269, 
276, 279, 281, 284, 296; inscriptions 
on milestones in reign of, 244. 

Diodorus, on Assyrian contingent at 
Troy, C. i. 64 ; on the battle of Sala- 
mis, I. i. 248, 249, 255. 

Diodorus, an Icarian, G. vii. 84, 93. 

Diogenes, Valerius, in inscriptions of 
Antiochia (Pis.), I. ii. 147. 

Diomedes, on Susarion, G. vii. 71. 

Dionysia, origin of, G. vii. 64 ; country 
meetings of, 78. 

Dionysios, see Atov6crtos (Greek Index). 

Dionysius, Aurelius, in inscription of 
Antiochia (Pis.), I. ii. 121. 

Dionysius Thrax, Scholia on Susarion, 
G. vii. 71. 

Dionyso, excavations at, G. vii. 9-10 ; 
cost of same, 10 ; inscription at, 53 ; 
name, 54 ; church at, 53, 54-56 ; route 
and scenery on road from Kephisia 
to, 56-61 ; described, 60-61 ; results 
of excavations at, 74-80 ; torso, 76 ; 
inscriptions, 76-77. 

Dionysus, rites and festival in his wor- 
ship, G. vii. 69-70 ; seats of his cult, 
I. i. 23 ; virorshipped at Icaria, A. ix. 
47; -worshipped in the Troad, N. 28; 
statue of, found at Sto Dionyso, A. 
ix. 47, G. vii. 75 ; legend of Dionysus 
and Icarius, I. i. 140. 

Theatre of, used for popular as- 
semblies, I. iv. 239 ; same, Wheeler's 
essay on, m i. 121-179; plan (plate), 
123; key to same, 130 «. ; bibliogra- 
phy of, 123-124, 129, 153; historical 
notices of, 125-129; date of construc- 
tion, 125; finished by Lycurgus, 126; 
inscription on steps, 127; excavations 
in, 128; scene structure (with r«/), 130- 
142 ; Hymettian marble used in, 134; 
columns in, 136; reliefs (yi'iih plates), 



136-142, 155-156; hyposcenium of 
Phsedrus, 137 ; inscription on same, in 
137 ; orchestra, 142-145 ; KoiKov, 145- 
151 ; grotto of Panagia Spiliotissa, 
146 ; sixth Kfpxh restored (plate), 
147; inscriptions in Kothov, in 148 «., 
149 n. ; statues formerly in same, 
149-151; marble chairs with their 
inscriptions, 152-177 ; five chairs of 
central Kepicfs (plate), 155; other in- 
scriptions, statues, and sculpture, 
177-178; altar with its inscription, 
178 ; five periods in the history of the 
theatre, 179. 

Dionysus Eleuthereus, I. i. 155; intro- 
duction of his cult, G. vii. 62 ; visit 
to Icarius, 63-66 ; visit to Sema- 
chus, 62. 

Dioscorides, epigrams, on Thespis, G. 
vii. 73. 

Dioscuri, in an inscription of Kara 
Aghatch, I. ii. 181. 

Diotimus, G. vii. 81, N. 25. 

Dirt lodges of the Mandans, A. i. 37-40. 

Dittenberger, in Archdologische Zeitung, 
I. i. loi ; in Hermes, on the Hadria- 
nis, 151 «. 

Divli Tchai, I. iii. 18. 

Dnieper river, commercial importance 
of, A. i. no. 

Dodona, inscription of Agathon at, I. 
iv. 170 K. ; versification of same, 69. 

Dodru Agha, inscriptions at, I. ii. 30- 
32 ; ruins near, 33. 

Dodwell, Classical tour through Greece, 
I. iv. 23-24, i. 189 ; on site of Mons 
Icarius, G. vii. 49 ; Travels in Greece, 
I. iv. 3. 

Dbrpfeld, conducts party from Ameri- 
can School to Peloponnesus, G. v-vi. 
15 ; peripatetic lectures at Athens, 
vii. 43. 

Dog Star, legendary origin, G. vii. 66, 
67. 



H. = Bull, of School. I, = Papers of School. K, = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M, = Bull, of Inst. N. == Gargara, Lamponia. 



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INDEX. 



Dogs in the East, C. i. 148-149. 

Doksan Dokus Merdimenli Kuyu, in- 
scription at, I. ii. 226-227. 

Domitianus (emperor), in inscription of 
Tchetindje Aktche Assar, I. iii. 217; 
Dacian peace of, A. i. 96. 

Domitius Ahenobarbus, Cn., in in- 
scription of Antiocliia (Pis.), I. ii. 
127. 

Don Aislie, inscriptions at, I. iii. 203- 
206. 

D'Ooge, M. L., elected -^ member of 
Managing Committee of American 
School, G. i-iii. 20 (A. i. 104) ; ap- 
pointed Alternate of School, H. ii. 
17 ; appointed Director, H. ii. 23, G. 
iv. 18 ; Report as Director, in G. vii. 
25-39 ; letter from Athens, on exca- 
vations at Sikyon, in A. viii. 34-35 ; 
lectures on same, G. v-vi. 15. 

"Dorian" (Clarke's vessel), becalmed 
near Imbros, A. i. 126-127. 

Doric architecture, origin of, A. x. 50; 
Egyptian and Doric bases, D. 3 ; ori- 
gin of the Doric shaft, 13 seq.; ar- 
chaic bases, 15-17; origin of the 
stylobate (with cttt), 18-19; unifying 
principle of, 19; columns used as 
sepulchral monuments, 19 n. ; advan- 
tage of stylobate, 19 ; choice of pe- 
ripteral plan in, ig-20; bases of free 
standing columns, 20-21 ; Egyptian 
bases in ; importance of period pre- 
ceding appearance of completeness, 
21 ; mode of setting pin in drum, 
C. i. 87. 

colonies, A. i. Ii5. 

temples, construction of tiled 

roof in, C. i. 96; curvatures in, A. i. 
104; perspective horizon, 153; prim- 
itive examples of, C. i. loi. 

Doryphilus, an Icarian, G. vii. 82. 
Dottius, Cn., in inscription of Antio- 
chia (Pis.), I. ii. 140-142. 



Doumbrek river, C. i. 163, 164. 

Dragoumes, concern with building lot 
for American School, G. v-vi. 30. 

Dreskene, I. iii. 309. 

Drills of the ancients, I. iv. 228 n. 

Drisler, H., elected a member of 
Managing Committee of American 
School, G. i-iii. 8, (A. iii. 54) ; ap- 
pointed Director, H. ii. 17. 

Dulgerler, ancient name of, I. Iii. 54 ; 
sarcophagus of, 55 ; inscriptions : r. 
'lovA. OuoAfcra, 53; BojSiioc; IjUjUij, 
54; sarcophagus, 55; 'fivtiiviov, 55- 
56; AiAiaBo; Bti, 56; NoriJas; Aeu- 
vi'Stjj ; 'A/iias, 57 ; Tdras ; OittoCctb, 
58 ; AovKKOv ; IIoTnrSs, 59 ; i ieiya ; 
IlaTnras '05j (two), 60; Alip. NcVtib/i ; 
Aip. 'Iwo, 61; Avp. 'IjUM«; Aup. Ho- 
irlas, 62 ; noirirSs ; Nifcajr, 63 ; liav6a, 
63-64 ; Tapdais ; ^ipaTriwv, 64 ; AaAii- 
av ; 'HpaKKetSris, 65 ; Nawaj, 65-66 ; 
noir(os; Tlrov, 66 ; rroTTjpas ; EiKoimy, 
67 ; 'H;iiiT6A^, 67-68 ; three fragments, 
68; UairoiTvos ; OiiayBavricrls; Aovyei- 
vov ; NeVrtop, 69 ; AAp. Bd ; Tipavvos, 
70; Bao-c^i', 70-71; i Selva; l^tvlv 
nawva, 7 1 ; fragment ; Ilairfos, 72 ; 
TpoKdvSif, 72-73; noTJipSs; Mo/ii£eios, 
73 ; 'SoiWiv : Noiicou ; BcJ, 74 ; Ko5S, 

74-75; nouAos, 75; 'ap/xas, 75-76; 

trrpaTi^Ttis Keyiwvos, y6; ^npfxaaov? 
77 ; 'I^po| ; two fragments, 78 ; ru- 
ined house in, 52-53 ; stele at, 69. 

Dulgerler Yailasii ; ruins at, L iii. 79. 

Duncan, B. O., service to Assos expe- 
dition, C. i. 19. 

Dupaix, explorations at Palenque, A. i. 

74- 
Duradja Gol, tunnel outlet of, I. iii. 

162. 
Durin, Diego, Historia de las Yndias 

de Nueva-Espaha, B. ii. 1 1 n., 38 «., 

54«., 57-58, 66,71;/., 180, 187 «., 

203-204. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class papers. D. = Dor. shaft 
E, = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antjq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



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Diirdkieui, inscription at, I. ii. 256- 

-57- 
Dyer, Ancient Athens, I. i. 135 »., 
145 ». 

Eanedeh, geology of its vicinity, C. i. 

207. 
" Earadeh," C. i. 23 n. 
Earah-dagh, geology of district near, C. 

i. 185-186. 
Earle, M. L., a student at American 

School, G. vii. 8 ; directs excavations 

at Sicyon, G. vii. 9, A. ix. 45-46 ; 

special study at School, G. vii. 43. 
East (the), commerce of, in the 14th 

century, A. i. 140. 
Eckfeldt, T. H., a student at American 

School, G. iv. 14 ; visits Peloponnesus 

and Asia Minor, 14, 15; Temple of 

Asdepios at Epidaurus, 14. 
Ecole Fran^aise d'Athenes, history and 

work of, A. A. 59; see also Athens, 

French School. 
Edremit, history of its trade, C. i. 4-5. 
Eflatum Puiiar, name, I. ii. 186. 
Egerdir, see Egherdir. 
Egeta ; a station of the Roman fleet, A. 

i. 97. 
Egherdir, steelyards found at, I. ii. 120, 

K. 7-8. 
Egherdir lake, K. 8. 
Egyptian architecture, number of chan- 
nels in columns, D. 13-14 ; influence 

on Greek architecture, 13, 14 ; bases, 

17- 
merchants at the Peiraieus, I. 

i. 31. 

mode of splitting rock, I. iv. 

229 n. 

Ei'nesh, ruins near, I. ii. 115, K. 7; 

identified, I. ii. 324. 
Eirene (goddess), relief representing (?), 

I. i. 140-142. 
Elagabalus (emperor), in inscriptions 



on milestones, I. ii. 241, 246, 273, 

283; (Antoninus), 294. 
Elatea, inscriptions of, I. iv. 196-197. 
Elatus, Homeric abode of, C. i. 60. 
Elegiacs in Greek inscriptions, I. iv. 

41-43- 

Elenghyrif Dagh, I. iii. 189. 

Eleusinian mysteries, priests of, I. i. 
163 ; hpo(pdvrris in, 165 ; 0ov(iyoi in, 
166; the lesser mysteries, 173. 

Eleusis, relief, with inscription from 
temple of Pluto, G. vii. 90-91 ; tem- 
ple of Demeter and Persephone at, 
A. A. 76-77 ; sculptures at, 77. 

Elflatoun Bounar, K. 14-15. 

Elision in Greek inscriptions, I. iv. 
126-157. 

Emerson, Alfred, lectures on excava- 
tions at Croton, G. v-vi. 1 5 , accom- 
panies Clarke to Magna Grascia, A. 
viii. 40; makes plan of Velia, 41, 
Recent progress in classical archcBol- 
ogy, in X. 47-94 ; visits ruins of Tiryns 
and Mykenai, 68 ; acknowledges ser- 
vices rendered, 94. 

Emory, W. H., Notes of a military re- 
connoissance, B. i. 44. 

Enevre, I. iii. 203. 

English Admiralty Charts, C. i. 48 ; chart 
of Gulf of Adramyttion, 59 n. 

Ephesus, bibliography of Asiarchs at, 
I. ii. 142-143 ; inscription of, I. iv. 
188. 

Epidaurus, G. vii. 30 ; inscriptions : 
KaWlarpaTO!, I. iv. rgo ; 'IiruAMos 
'AttiJaAqji'i koX 'Aa-tcXajnui (five parts), 
190-193 ; versification of same, 67- 
69 ; ApvfiSs, 193 ; sculptures at, A. 
X. 72-74 ; theatre at, I. i. 142, A. 
A. 71. 

Eraton, an Icarian, G. vii. 84. 

Eratosthenes, Frag., on Icaria, G. vii. 

73- 
Erbil (Arbela), I. 15-16. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst N, = Gargara, Lamponia. 

3 



34 



INDEX. 



Erechtheion, Fowler's essay on, in I. i. 
213-236; history of, 215-216; com- 
plete bibliography of, 2i5-2i8; plans 
of, 218, ^\i\iplate, 236 ; walls, cross- 
walls, and apartments of, 219-228 ; 
cistern, 220; northern wall {cut], 
223 ; anta and niche {cut], 224; drain, 
226; crypt and cistern under north- 
ern porch, 227-228 ; inscriptions, 
224, 229-231, 236; purposes of the 
various apartments, 228-231 ; situa- 
tion, 229-230 ; statue of Athena in, 
230 ; altars in, 231-233 ; cistern in, 
233; "marks of Poseidon's trident"; 
statue of Athena, 234; lamp of Kal- 
limachos in, 234-235; Hermes and 
other objects in ; olive tree of Athe- 
na near, 235 ; ornamentation of ; 
views of {plates], 236. 

Ergasus, an Icarian, G. vii. 89. 

Erigone, in tragedy, G. vii. 64 ; story 
of, G. vii. 65-67, 1, i. 140 ; in art, G. vii. 
67-68 ; bibliography of the story, 68- 
69. 

Ermenek, I. iii. 84. 

Ermenek-Feriske region, bluffs in, I, 
iii. 80. 

Ernst, A., researches in Venezuela, A. 
ix. 58. 

Erythrse, inscription at, I. iv. 166 «. 

Eshenler Dagh, plateau near, I. iii. 85. 

Eshenler Djivlesi, inscriptions : 'Epo- 
KketStjs, I. iii. 90-91 ; ^spaTriuv Kva, 
91 ; ATj/jL-fjTptos, 91—93 ; Kov\di/LS, 93 ; 
6 Se7va ; 'Afifiei\a ; "I/x^as, 94 ; sculp- 
tured group at, 95 ; mausoleum at, 
91-92. 

Eski Stamboul, geology of its vicinity, 
C. i. 197. 

Espejo, Antonio de, Carta, B. i. 14 «., 
15, 16. 

Esperanza region, vicinity of, B. ii. 27- 
29. 

Estevanico, the negro, accompanies 



Marcos de Nizza, B. i. 7 ; murdered, 

B. i 8, A. V. 40, 41. 
Estufas, construction and distribution 

of, A. V. 57-58, 62 ; use of, by Indians, 

B. ii. 131, 132. 
Ethnology, fields for, in America, A. ix. 

58-61 ; methods of, 60-61 ; see also 

Archaeology. 
Etruscan architecture, influenced by 

Greek architecture, D. 20. 
pottery found on Monte Leone, 

A. i. 88. 
Etymologicum magnum, N. 3. 
Eubiotus, M. Ulp., in inscription of 

the theatre of Dionysus, I. i. 176. 
Eubcea, inscription of, I. iv. 181. 
Eubouleus, bust of, at Eleusis, A. x. 77. 
Eubulus, territory of, C. i. 72. 
Eukleia (goddess), I. i. 167-168. 
Eumenes, at Nova, I. ii. 232 ; stoa 

of, i. 126-127; foundations of same 

found, 134-135- 
Eumolpus, introduces cultivation of 

the vine, G. vii. 63. 
Europe, archaeological research in, A. 

i. 21. 
Eusebius, Prap. evang., on altar of 

Zeus at Athens, I. i. 232 n. 
Euxine, see Black Sea. 
Evander, murdered at Samothrace, A. 

i. 138. 
Evarts, W. M., services to the Institute, 

A. ii. 26. 
Eyiler Koprii, I. iii. 314. 
Eyuplar, or Aiplar, inscription at, I. 

iii. 276. 

Falkener, on Ionic Heroiim at Xanthus, 

A. i. 159. 
"Fame" (barque), shipwrecked, C. i. 

23- 
Fara, L. 21. 
Fart, I. iii. 124. 
Fassiller, I. iii. 163 ; Hittite stele at. 



A, = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C, = Class, papers. B. = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. P, = Orient, antiq, G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



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164-166; successive occupations of 
the site; sculptured horse at, 166; 
inscriptions, 166-170; relief of the 
Dioscuri, 169. 

Faustina, An. Aur., in inscriptions of 
Karamanlii, I. ii. 52, (54?), (56?). 

Fearn, J. W. W., concern with build- 
ing lot of American School, G. v-vi. 
30-31 ; services acknowledged, 32- 

33' 
Felle, inscriptions at, I. iii. 193-194. 
Fellows, Chas., Journal, C. i. 1 1, A. i. 

■59- 

Fergusson, History of architecUire in all 
countries, I. iv. 26. 

Feriske, valley near, I. iii. 81 ; inscrip- 
tions near ; rock-cut sepulchres near, 
81-82 ; quarry, 83. 

Fernald, O. M., elected a member of 
Managing Committee of American 
School, G. v-vi. 20. 

Ferzina cave, I. iii. 180. 

Fet, inscription at, I. iii. 83. 

Fetislam, remains of Trajan's bridge 
near, A. i. 97. 

Fiedler, Reise durck Griechenland, I. 
iv. 25. 

Field, P. H., a member of the Baby- 
lonian expedition from Philadelphia, 
A. ix. 62. 

Finlay, on site of Icaria, G. vii. 51. 

Fischer, map of Asia Minor, I. iii. 12, 
13. 14. 45, 80, 84, 85. 

Flavius Antiochianus, in inscription of 
Tefeny, I. ii. 92. 

Fleet, A. F., elected a member of Man- 
aging Committee of American School, 
G. v-vi. 30 ; a student at School, vii. 
8 ; special study there, 43. 

Florio-Rubattino Steamship Company, 
services to American School, G. v- 
vi. 36. 

Forbiger, A., Handbuch der alten Geo- 
graphic, E. 30-31, «. 



Forchhammer, Zur Topographie Ath- 
ens, I. iv. 237. 

"Forty Eyes" springs, C. i. 155; geol- 
ogy of, 196. 

Foster, Prehistoric races in the U. S., A. 

'■ 59- 
Fossils in tertiary rocks near Behram, 

C. i. 192-193. 
Fourmont, on site of Icaria, G. vii. 47. 
Fowler, H. N., Erechtheion at Atkeits, 

in, I. i, 213-236 ; same, prepared, G. 

i-iii. 25, (A. V. 109) ; visits Syracuse 

and Agrigentum, G. i-iii. 16-17, (A. 

iv- 54-55)- 
Franfois Vase, D. 17. 
Freeman, Alice E., elected a member 

of Managing Committee of American 

School, G. v-vi. 20 ; withdraws from 

same, vii. 11. 
Frontinus, on Isaura, I. iii. 151. 
Fuchs, J. A., De varietate fabiilarum 

Troianum qiicEstiones, E. 32 n. 
" Fuerte," see Jio. 
Furtwangler and Loschke, memoir on 

Mykenian earthen ware, A. x. 67. 

Galatia, separate administration of, I. 

ii. 126. 
Galerius (emperor), in inscription of 

Man Agha, I. ii. 180; in inscriptions 

on milestones, 243, 256, 265, 267, 269, 

276, 279, 281, 282, 284, 296. 
Galisteo river, former occupants of its 

basin, A. v. 51. 
Gallienus (emperor), in inscription at 

Kavak, I. iii. 154. 
Gallus (emperor), in inscription on 

milestone, I. ii. 283. 
Garcia-Icazbalceta, Don Fray Znmdr- 

raga, B. ii. 64 n. 
Gargara, site of, identified, N. 3-ro ; 

notices of, by classical authors, 3-10 ; 

change of its location, 3-4 ; modern 

identifications of, 9-10 ; ruins of 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterretl's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M, = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



36 



INDEX. 



(with/&K), \oseq.\ enclosure of, ii ; 
walls (with/to<r), 11-13; ruins within 
walls, 13-14; reservoirs, 14; fertility 
of its fields, 14-15; settlement of, 
Y'iiseq.; legendary origin of, 18-19; 
recolonized from Miletos, 20-22 ; ear- 
liest historical reference to ; in the 
Trojan war, 23 ; date of its founda- 
tion, 23-24 ; tribute to Athens ; pop- 
ulation in 5th century B. c, 24 ; a 
member o£ a confederation in the 
Troad, 24-25; date of removal to 
New Gargara, 25 ; history during 
Christian era, 25-26; deities of; 
coins, 26-27. 

Gargara (New), ruins of, N. 15-16; site 
identified, i6-i8 ; origin of name, 

, 16, 18. 

Gargaros, "S. 16; classic mention of, 
17-18. 

Gargaros mount, geology of, C. i. 188 ; 
town walls on, A. iv. 43. 

Gatschet, linguistic work of, A. ix. 56. 

Gattilusii, power of, C. i. 76 ; their coat 
of arms (with cut), A. i. 141. 

Gattilusio, Francesco, at Byzantium, A. 
i. 140. 

Gattilusio, Luchino, put to death, A. i. 
142-143. 

Gattilusio, Nicole, put to death, A. i. 
142-143. 

Gauls in the Troad; in Chersonesus 
and Macedonia, C. i. 73. 

Ge'ira (Aphrodisias), inscriptions at, I. 
ii. 11-13. 

Gell, on site of Icaria, G. vii. 48. 

Gemen (Yemen), inscriptions at, I. ii. 

134, 143-144- 

Genoa, contends for commerce of the 
East, A. i. 140. 

Genoese towns on Black Sea, A. i. 1 12. 

George (King of the Hellenes), at the 
excavations on the Athenian acropo- 
lis, A. X. 85. 



George (saint), in inscription of Isparta 
(Baris), I. ii. 118. 

German Archaeological Institute, his- 
tory of, A. JL. 56-57 ; publications pro- 
moted by, 57-58 ; Roman branch, 58 ; 
Athenian branch, 59; see also Athens, 
German School. 

Germanicus, in the Troad, I. i. 52 ; 
named in inscription of Tralleis, 116. 

Geta (emperor), in inscriptions on mile- 
stones, I. ii. 264, 268, 277, 278, 292, 

293- 

Geta, P. S., in inscription of Tcham- 
kieui, I. ii. 36 ; o£ Hedje, 109. 

Geyik Dagh, I. iii. 141. 

Giaur G61, 1, iii. 160. 

Gila Rio, canons of, A. v. 45 ; banks of, 
94; cave dwellings and villages on, 
45. 94> 97 ; pueblos on, 95-96 ; val- 
leys of, 44-45 ; a field for archxol- 
ogy, ix. 57- 

Gildersleeve, B. L., elected a member 
of Managing Committee of American 
School, G. i-iii. 8, (A. iii. 54) ; a mem- 
ber of Committee on Publications 
of same, G. i-iii. 12, (A. iv. 50) ; 
appointed Director of School, H. 
i. 29 ; declines, ii. 17 ; lectures on 
Sappho, A. viii. 37, 38 ; on 'Ai/iiSi/foj, 
in American journal of philology, I. 
i. 9. 

Gile, M. C, at American School, G. v- 
vi. 15. 

Giomse, I. iii. 155; inscriptions at, 155- 

157- 

Girme (Cremna), inscriptions : Hadri- 
ano, I. iii. 319-320; lason ; "Accis 
KvpT\\is EuTiJxTjs, 321 ; 'louAfa; AfAios 
ZJi'Aos, 322 ; 'Po5(iirj) ; TXvKlinfav 70- 
viav ovSev..., 323 ; M. Ov\iriif 'Akv\i- 
av^ TlitjKKitapi ; ViOiKKiavi, 324 ; 'Afifii- 
av6s ; ri BouA.^, 325 ; fragments, 325- 
326. 

Globe, copper mines at, A. v. 45. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B, = Amer. papers. C, = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F, = Orient. Antiq. G, = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



n 



Gnossos, importance of excavating, A. 
ii. 33; walls of, 41 ; excavated room 
in, 41-42 ; walls at (with plate and 
mt), 47-49 ; adytum at (with plate), 
47-48; labyrinth (plate), 47. 

Godeh G61, outlet of, K. 8. 

Gbdene, inscription at, I. iii. 158. 

Goderet Deresi, I. iii. 83. 

Godaret Su, source of, I. iii. 83. 

Gok Dagh; valley near, I. iii. 135. 

Gbkdjeli, inscription at, I. iii. 237, 

43°- 

Gbk Punar, I. iii. 311. 

Gbk Su, tomb of a hunter on bank of, 
I. iii. 44-45; canon and rock-cut 
dwellings of, 45 ; underground course 
of, near Omar Oghlu, 51-52; bridge 
over ; valley above Budjak Kishla, 
84 ; source of, 96. 

Goksiin (Cocussus), plain of, I. ii. 253; 
inscriptions at, K. 20-22 ; same near, 
27-29. 

Inscriptions : Imp. Antonino (Ela- 
gabalo), I. ii. 240-241 ; Imp. Diocle- 
tiano ; Imp. Pupienus Maximus, 243 ; 
Imp. Maximinus, 244-245 ; Imp. An- 
tonino (Elagabalo), 245-246 ; frag- 
ments, 246—247 ; AiipT]\toL 'Pca/iavbs 
Kn! KeAffiov^, 247-248; Sraria, 248; 
Maplas ; *A. 'HAioStipy, 249 ; &e65opos, 
250; Aitp, 'A\4^avSpos, 251 ; ©cofias ; 
et fji£i/ yhp iiaKapss... ; fragment, 252. 

Inscriptions near : Imp. Septimius 
Severus, I. ii. 264; Imp. Diocletiano 
(two), 265, 267; Imp. Pupienus; 
Imp. Gordiano, 265-266; Imp. Sep- 
timius Severus (two), 267-268; Imp. 
Diocletiano, 269; Imp. Maximino, 
269-270. 

"Golden fleeces" of Colchis, A. i. 109. 

Gbldjiik, ruins ; inscription at, I. iii. 39. 

Golfal, geology of district near, C. i. 185. 

Gdmara, Fr. Lopez de, CrSnica general 
de las Indias, B. ii. 63; Segunda parte 



de la crSnica general de las Indias, 
7 «., 17 «., 127 K. 

Goodell, T. D., at American School at 
Athens, G. v-vi. 15. 

Goodwin, W. W., elected a member of 
Managing Committee of American 
School, G. i-iii. 20, (A. v. 104) ; ap- 
pointed Director of School, G. i-iii. 
8, (A. iii. 54); Report as Director in 
1SS2-83, in H. i. 3-26, G. i-iii. 13 seq., 
(A. iv. 51 seq.); same, G. i-iii. 25, (A. 
V. 109) ; reception at Athens ; ap- 
pointed U. S. Commissioner of Edu- 
cation, G. i-iii. 17, (A. iv. 55) ; Battle 
of Salamis, in I. i. 237-262 ; letter on 
work at Assos, M. i. 7 ; tour with 
Jebb in the Troad, A. iv. 39 (see also 
Jebb) ; edits Papers I. of American 
School, G. iv. 8 ; resigns position as 
chairman of the Committee on Pub- 
lications, vii. 19-20 ; lecture on re- 
cent study and exploration in Greece, 
A- viii. 37, 38. 

Gordianus (emperor), in inscription of 
Losta, I. iii. 23. 

Gordianus III. (emperor), in inscrip- 
tions on milestones, I. ii. 243, 266, 274. 

Gbrekli, inscription at, I. iii. 172. 

Gorgiades, an Icarian, G. vii. 84. 

Gorgoenus, an Icarian, G. vii. 83. 

Gorgorome, identified, I. iii. 130, 184. 

Gortyna, importance of excavating, A. 
ii. 33-34 ; code of, a. 64. 

Gosselin, notes on Strabo, N. 9-10. 

Goths, invade Greece, A. i. 105. 

Gbttling, Das Pelasgikon und die Pnyx, 
I. iv. 237 ; Pelasgikon in Athen, 237- 

239- 
" Governor's House," see " House of 

the Governor." 
Gbyerek ; cemetery near ; country 

around ; village near, I. iii. 4. 
Gbyiik, I. iii. 180. 
Gran Quivira, B. i. 24, 25; ruins at. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrelt's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of InsL K. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



38 



INDEX. 



26, 30-33, A. V. 35-36 ; mistaken iden- 
tification of, B. i. 26; abandoned, 
A. V. 88 ; church in, B. i. 30-31 ; 
building near same, 30; excavations 
in, 31; water supply of, 31-32; the 
abode of Jesuit priests, 31 ; creta- 
ceous formation of; lava bed and 
marsh near, 32 ; disappearance of its 
inhabitants, 33. 

Gratianus (emperor), in inscription 
from Belcaive, I. i. 62. 

Gravestones of Asia Minor, I. i. 72. 

Greece, value of travel in, H. i. 15-17, 
ii. 7 ; facilities for travel in, G. vii. 9; 
interest and work in archseology, A. x. 
(Kjseq. ; governmental administration 
of archaeological work in, 78-80. 

Greek Archjeological Society, history 
and work of, A. x. 69-70, 7 1 seq. 

archaeology, in education, A. i. 

23 ; methods and value of, vi. 45-46 ; 
America's lack of co-operation in, 
H. i. 25-26 ; Germany's work in, 26 ; 
value of recent excavations, G. vii. 18. 
■ architecture ; channels, number 



of, D. 6-7, 13-14; color, uses of, A. i. 
104 ; egg and dart moulding, origin 
of, 137 ; Egyptian bases, D. 17 ; free- 
standing shafts, 1 1 ; purpose of same, 
11-12, «.; inclined columns, A. viii. 
43, 44; lost arts of, i. 104; origin, D. 
6-7, «., 14 ; influenced by Egyptian 
architecture, 13-15 ^/J«^. ; reeds (kal- 
amides) used in, G. vii. 89; stability 
the primitive principle of, I. i. 195; 
stone work, A. i. 104, 137 ; primitive 
supports, D. 20. 

art, Assyrian influence on, C. i. 



65-66, 112; centaurs represented in, 
no; contributions to knowledge of, 
by discoveries at Assos, A. v. 26-27 ; 
Cretan influence on, x. 64; impor- 
tance for study of Greek literature, 
G. vii. 42 ; Oriental affinities of, A. x. 



63; origin, C. i. 119; relations to art 

of other periods and countries shown 

at Assos, 105. 
Greek bridges, C. i. 128; bonding of 

lintels in, 129. 
cities, inland position of, C. i. 54. 

civilization, progress of, A. v. 

27 ; source, 27-28 ; value for modern 
art and life, 27, 29 ; character, 28-29 ; 
decline, 29. 

coats of arms of cities, C. i. 



"3- 



• commerce in the Black Sea, A. 
i. 109-110. 
dialects, phonetic relations of 



vowels, I. iv. 265-266, «., 272. 
dice-throwing, inscriptions con- 



cerning, in I. iii. 206-214, ii. 79-90. 
diphthong 01, pronunciation of, 



I. iii. 59 ; diphthong eo, pronunciation 
of, 171. 

etymology : Lewis's essay on 



Attic vocalism, in I. iv. 261-277 k^^' 
also Attic vocalism) ; ending -eious 
of nouns in -kKt]^, i. 22; ending -o 
changed to -fi in neuter plural, iv. 
264 «. ; ending -eoj in plural ; ending 
-Tj in dual, 269 ; form iaai. in .<Eolic, 
i. 6 ; pronunciation of elided vowels, 
iv. 155-156. 
foot (measure), determined, C. 



1.97. 



games, regulations concerning, 
in an inscription of Fassiller, I. iii. 
167-168. 
genealogy, descent iJ.riTpi9ei>, I. 



"• 25, 323. 

Government, offers building lot 

to American School, G. iv. 17 ; gives 
building lot to British School, 21. 

islanders, characteristics of, C. 



1. 27, 



judges summoned from one city 

to another, I. i. 15-16. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. _ 
E, = Proto-Ion. cap. 



B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



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Greek language, introduced into Dacia, 
A. i. 105 ; spoken in Cappadocia, I. 
ii. 230 ; value of adopting modern 
pronunciation of, H. i. 22-23 ; differ- 
ence between modern and ancient 
form of, 21 ; value of studying tiie 
modern language, 21-23. 

legends, how far true, A, i. 109. 

letter 17, old pronunciation of, I. 

iii. 59 ; letter i in Attic, iv. 270. 

manner of drinking, A. i. no. 

• religion, treasurer of the " other 



gods," G. vii. 82-83 ; worship of the 

"Twelve Gods " at Athens, I. i. 170. 

riddles, in inscriptions of Iconi- 



um, in I. ii. 219-220. 

■ sculpture, archaistic figures in. 



A. iv. 26; centaurs represented in, 
43 ; heraldic use of sphinxes, 44 ; 
myths of Zeus represented in, I. i. 
139; polychromy in; restorative of 
colors in, A. a. 78 ; statues of sirens, 
D. 12 n. ; wool represented in, A. a. 

77. 

spoon, inscription on, I. iv. 201. 

temples, example of entasis in ; 

hypaethral style, I. i. 207 ; invento- 
ries of measures used in temple ser- 
vice, 6 ; metallic coating for members, 
C. i. 121 ; peripteral style, D. 19. 

theatre, location of, I. iv. 258 ; 

number of parts,!. 130; Assos tem- 
ple a model, A. i. 151 ; balustrade of 
I. i. 144; orchestra, 142; structure 
of the stage, A. x. 71. 

thought, influence on modern 



thought, A. i. 22. 

towns, why built inland, N. 3- 

4 ; subsequent change of location, 
4 ; method of determining their pop- 
ulation, 24 n. ; removal to sea-coast, 
29; " exposure " of, A. i. 151. 

vases, inscriptions on, I. iv. 200- 



Greek versification, table of caesuras in 
hexameters and elegiacs in the poets, 
in I. iv. 49 ; styles of caesuras in 
history of literature, iv. 49; use of 
spondaic verses ; Homeric use of kvi 
and hvc\ fourth foot, 60; shortenings 
of vowels before other vowels, 119- 
122 ; pronunciation of elided vowels, 
155-156; in inscriptions, Allen's es- 
say, in iv. 35-204 [see also Inscrip- 
tions, Greek). 

Greeks, how affected by climate, A. i. 
111-112; were architects of bridges, 
106 ; source of their greatness, v. 28 ; 
expedition against King Kyknos, E. 

31-33- 

Modern, interest in the United 

States, H. i. 9; causes of their de- 
generacy, A. i. 132 ; pursuit of agri- 
culture in Asia Minor, 147. 

Greenhalgh, Documentary history of 
New York, on Tiotohattan, A. i. 31. 

Grijalva, Crdnica, B. ii. 11 k. ; Itin., 
17 n. 

Grosseto, ancient walls in, A. i. 15, 16, 
81-90 (see also Monte Leone) ; site 
once submerged, 84. 

Grote, History of Greece, I. i. 240 n. 

Grotefend, on site of Icaria, G. vii. 

5'- 
Gruter, Collectio inscriptionum Latino^ 

rum, I. i. 42 n. 
Guhl, E., Versiich iiber das ionische 

Kapital, E. ii. 
Guillet, on Olympieion at Athens, I. i. 

187. 
Guilletiere, M. de la, on site of Icaria, 

G. vii. 47. 
Giiine, I. ii. 29. 

Guise, Due de, expedition against Na- 
ples, I. iv. 230 n. 
Gui-y-baa or Tlacolula, ruins at, B. ii. 

314-317, v\\h plate (figs 10-12), 309; 

antiquities found at, 317 ; defensive 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N . = Gargara, Lauiponia. 



40 



INDEX. 



works of, 322 ; purposes of its build- 
ings, 323, 324. 

Giilbere Tchai, inscription on bridge 
near Tciiaush, I. iii. 171-172. 

Gulghurum, inscriptions at, I. iii. 187. 

Gundani, inscriptions at, I. iii. 226- 
237 ; list of ethnics in its inscriptions, 
271-273. 

Giindiighiin, inscription at, I. iii. 137- 

138. 
Giinen (Konana) inscriptions: Khp. 0eo- 
Sdpov, I. iii. 338-339 ; SeTrrliiioi' 2evrj- 
pov ; Marco Aur., 339 ; yiiveKpdrits ; 
KvpifKioi ZuTiKhs Kcd 'OvfurifiaSt 340 > 
Avp. NtW (four parts), 341-343 ; 
nawlas, 343 ; Mtvi/e'as, 344 ; Eirvxta- 
v6s, 345 ; 'EKiris, 345-346 ; 'Apttrrav ; 
'loi\ios, 346 ; 'PoS0os Kul Sieiums ; 
Aio/i^Stj:, 347 ; Tp6(l>ifios, k. t. A., 
348 ; Avp. Etcf (two parts) ; 'Ai/i/ciocifs ; 
Avp. Ah^ipav, 349; fragments, 350- 

351- 

Giireme, inscription at, I. iii. 405-406. 

Gurney, E. W., resigns membership on 
Managing Committee of American 
School, G. i.-iii. 20, (A. v. 104). 

Guzman, Nuiio de, expedition north- 
ward from Mexico, B. i. 5-6. 

Gyges, power of ; source of his wealth, 
C. i. 68. 

Gymnasium of Trajan, designed by 
ApoUodorus, A. i. 102. 

Hadji Bektash, I. ii. 307. 

Hadji Eyuplu, inscription at, I. ii. 14- 

15. 323- 

Hadjilar, inscriptions at, I. ii. 115-116, 
iii. 123. 

Hadjin, I. ii. 239, 

Hadrian (emperor), destroys Trajan's 
bridge over the Danube, A. i. 103 ; 
in Asia Minor, I, i. 102; date of 
visit to Athens, 202-203 ; named 
in inscriptions : BogUk Kabadja, I. 



iii. 401 ; Cremna, 319 ; Dionysiac 
theatre, i. 149; Imrohor, iii. 280; 
Kavakavak, ii. 6 ; Falaea Isaura, 
iii. 113, 116; called Zeus Larasios, 
ii. 327 ; cult of, in Athens, i. 205-206 ; 
statues of, in the Olympieion at Ath- 
ens, 209-210. 

Hadrianis, establishment of, I. i. 150, 
151. 

Hadrianopolis, identified, K. 10. 

Hagnias, an Icarian, G. vii. 87-88. 

Hahn, G. von. Motive der ionischen 
Sdule, £. 10. 

Hakluyt, Richard, Voyages, etc., B. 
i. 16. 

Hale, W. G., elected a member of Man- 
agingCommittee of American School, 
G. iv. 18 ; declines directorship of 
School, vii. 14. 

Halesian plain, geology of, C. i. 200, 
201, 215. 

Haliartus, inscription of, I. iv. 196. 

Halicarnassus, inscription of, I. iv. 187. 

Halonaua, excavations at, A. x. 107. 

Hamlin, A. D. F., services to American 
School, G. v-vi. 37. 

Hammam, L. 21. 

Hannibal, places commemorative tab- 
let in temple o£ Hera Lakinia, A. viii. 
42 ; mode of splitting rocks employed 
by him in passage of the Alps, I. iv. 
230 n. 

Hanriot, on site of Icaria, G. vii. 53. 

Harkness, Albert, appointed Director 
of American School, H. ii. 23. 

Harper, a member of Babylonian expe- 
dition from Philadelphia, A. ix. 61. 

Harpocration, Lexicon, s. v. EwEiSai, I. 
i. 166 ; same, s. v. IIpoTriJXoio toDto, 
iv. 212. 

Hartel, Homerische Studien, I. iv. 
120 n. 

Harvard Art Club, services to the In- 
stitute, A. iii. 43. 



A, = Ann. rept. of Inst. B, = Amer. papers. C. — Class papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F, = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



41 



Harvard Classical Club, services to 
American School, G. v-vi. 22. 

College, supports scheme of 

American School, G. i-iii. 6, 7, (A. iii. 
52, 53) ; subscribes to same, G. i-iii. 
9, (A. iii. 55) ; photographic appara- 
tus owned by, A. x. 93. 

Glee Club and other clubs, ser- 



vices to American School, G. v-vi. 22. 
Philological Society, services to 

American School, A. iii. 43. 
Hassan Beyli, inscription at, I. iii. 433- 

434- 

Hauicu pueblo, occupied by Coronado, 
A. A. 107. 

Hava-supay, houses of, A. v. 42. 

Hawes, E. S., at American School, G. 
v-vi. II. 

Hay, services to the Institute, A. ii. 26. 

Haynes, H. W., Recent progress in 
American archaology^ ink., x. 95-105. 

Haynes, J. H., at Assos, A. iv. 25, v. 23; 
a member of the Assos expedition, 
C. i. 16 ; a member of the Wolfe ex- 
pedition, G. iv. 12, A. vii. 36; joins 
same, L. 10 ; letter from Aintab on 
visit to a Hittite village, in A. vii. 44 ; 
member of Babylonian expedition 
from Philadelphia, ix. 62. 

Hazen, General, service to Assos expe- 
dition, A. ii. 31. 

Heap, services to the Institute, L. ii. 
26, 30, 

Hedje, inscriptions at, I. ii. loo-iio, 

324- 
Helicon, inscription of, I. iv. 195-195. 
Heliopoulos, A., services to excavators 

at Sto Dionyso, A. ix. 46, G. vii. 74 ; 

appropriates objects found there, G. 

vii. 80. 
Helle, crosses the Hellespont (with 

cut), A. i. 125, 126. 
Hellenotamise, G. vii. 82. 
Hellespont, Xerxes's bridge over, A. i. 



123-124; width and current of, 123, 
124, 129; castles on, founded, 124; 
passages of, 125 ; legendary origin 
of, 130; a passage to India, 140; ge- 
ology of its shores, C. i. 195-196. 

Hellespont, province, Persian gover- 
nors in, N. 23 «. 

Hemenway Southwestern Archaeologi- 
cal Expedition, A. ix. 57, 59; work 
of, X. 106-107. 

Hemes, identified, B. i. 23. 

Henri de Hainault, takes Adramyttion, 
C. i. 76. 

Henzen, on the German Archzeological 
Institute, A. a. 57. 

Hephasstus, worship of, at Athens, I. i. 
171. 

Hera Lakinia, temple of, excavated by 
Clarke, A. viii. 42-45 ; history of, 42- 
43 ; described, 43-44. 

Heraclea, I. ii. 16-17 ; inscription of, 
17-18 {see also Makuf) ; women offi- 
cials in, 25. 

Heracleia, identified, C. i. 3 n., K. 4 ; 
harbor of, C. i. 55 ; inscription of, I. 
iv. 188 ; ruins of, K. 5. 

Heracleides, cited in Eustathios, I. i. 6. 

Heracles and the centaurs, represented 
in a relief at Assos (vi'iih plate), C. i. 
io5 ; legend of, 107, 108 ; proverb 
concerning, 108. 

Heracleum (Attica), identified, I. i. 255- 
257. 

Heraclitus, an Icarian, G. vii. 86. 

Heraldry, use of sphinxes in, A. iv. 44. 

Hermeias, reign of, at Assos, C. i. 72- 

73. A- i- ^S7< 'V. 42- 
Hermes, in inscription of Altii Kapii, 
I. iii. 218; same of Isparta (Baris), 
ii. 119; statue by Praxiteles, A. x. 

Hero, in Isagog. irtpl euBv/ieTptKoiv, I. i. 

log. 
Hero, tower of, A. i. 124. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K, = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M, = Bull. o£ Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



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INDEX. 



Herodotus, on battle of Salamis, I. i. 
242 n., 243 «., 244 n., 245, 248, 250, 
251, 252, 254 «., 255, 258 «. ; on the 
Erechthejon, 215; on expedition of 
Darius into Scythia, A. i. 107 ; on the 
sacred olive of Athena, I. i. 235 «. ; 
on taxes of Troad ; on Persian gov- 
ernors, C. i, 70 ; on Thoricus, I. iv. ^. 

Herobn of Selinous, capital from (with 
cut), E. 20-21. 

Herrera, Ant. de, Descripcion de las 
Indias Occidentales, B. ii. 5 n. ; Histo- 
ria general, etc., 7 n., 267 n., 325, 326, 
A. i. 57, 58, 70. 71- 

Hestia, relief representing (?), I. i. 140- 
142. 

Hesychios, on Olympieion at Athens, 
I. i. 197 ; Lexicon, j. v. Xeflffi/tdToi, iv. 
214. 

Hexameters in Greek inscriptions, I. iv. 
41-46. 

Hiatus in Greek inscriptions, I. iv. 105- 
107- 

Hiawatha, B. ii. 188 «., 193 n. 

Hiero, Antonius Memmius, in inscrip- 
tions on milestones, I. ii. 256, 257, 
260, 271, 275, 280, 296. 

Hierokles, Hippiatr., I. i. 190 «.; Sy- 
nek,, N. 26 n. 

High Bank pueblo (with plate), A. i. 54 ; 
house at (with//afe), 55- 

Hildreth, H. T., at American School 
as student, G. v-vi. 10 ; as guest, 15 ; 
special study there, 1 1 . 

Hillah, L. 17. 

Hilprecht, a member of Babylonian ex- 
pedition from Philadelphia, A. ix. 61. 

Hirschfeld, on Texier's Description de 
VAsie Mineure, C. i. to; Tavium, 
K. 43. 

Hirt, Geschichte der Baukunst, I. i. 199. 

Hissar, inscriptions at, K. 13, 1, ii. 124, 
131-132, 144-145, 147 ; road near, 
164. 



Hissarlik, A. i. 159, C. i. 162, 163; the 

site of Homeric Ilios, C. i. 143-144; 

importance of discoveries at, 144. 
Hit (Issus), L. 25. 
Hittite art, god stepping on mountains, 

F. 18-19, «• 

empire, L. n. 

remains in Anatolia, A. x. 62-63. 

scriptures, representation of a 

god in, F. 18 ». 
stele at Fassiller, I. iii. 164- 



166. 



Hittorff et Zanth, Architecture antique 
de la Sicile, E. 19. 

Hobhouse, on site of Icaria, Q. vii. 48. 

Hofmann, on classical education, H.i.24. 

Holmes, W. H., Geographical survey, 
etc., B. i. 106 n. 

Homer, acquaintance with Black Sea 
and with legends of Argonauts and 
of Heracles, A. i. 109 ; same with 
Trojan plain, C. i. 157 ; his residence 
at Kenchreae, 61 ; use of M and iv in 
fourth foot of a verse, I. iv. 60 ; use 
of iroTi and irp(ij in same, 61 ; quan- 
tity of syllables by position, 98-99; 
omission of name Assos, C. i. 61. 

Iliad, on Apollo, C. i. 157 ; on As- 
sos (indirectly), A. i. 147, C. i. 60 ; on 
Athene and Ares, C. i. 156, 161 ; on the 
Greek ships ; on the Hellespont ; on 
Ida, 158 ; on Idaios, 160, 161 ; on Le- 
leges ; on Pedasos, 60 ; on Poseidon, 
C. i. 158, A. i. 128; on Samothrace, 
C. i. 158; on Scamander, 156, 164; on 
Simois, 163 ; on site of Ilion, 161 ; 
on temple of Athena Polias, A. x. 
84 ; on tomb of Tantalos, C. i. 151 ; 
on visit of Diomedes and Odysseus 
to Trojan camp, 157. 

Odyssey, on Gnossos, A. ii. 33 ; on 
Odysseus and the dogs of Eumaios, 
C. i. 148 ; source of some scenes in, 
A. i. 109. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B, = Amer papers. Ct = Class papers. D . = Dor, shaf U 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F. == Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



43 



Hopkins and Dickinson Manufactur- 
ing Company, service to American 
School, G. v-vi. 36. 

Horace, Ars poetica, G. vii. 73. 

Hortensia, in inscription of Kayudjak, 
I. ii. 133. 

"House of the Dwarf" at Uxmal, A. 
i. 59. 

" House of the Governor " at Uxmal 
(with cut and p/aie), A. i. 59-63, 76. 

" House of the Nuns " at Uxmal (with 
plate), A. i. 49, 63-65; room in (with 
plates], 66-67. 

"House of the Old Woman" at Ux- 
mal, A. i. 59. 

" House of the Pigeons " at Uxmal, A. 
i.65. 

" House of the Turtles " at Uxmal, A. 
i. 59. 

Houses of the Southern Troad, material 
of, A. i. 152. 

Huaxtecas Indians, B. ii. 8. 

Huaxteco language, B. ii. 6, 8, 9. 

Huaxyacac, identified, B. ii. 271. 

Huitzo, name, B. ii. 268. 

Humann, Carl, services to Assos Expe- 
dition, C. i. 23-24 ; conducts excava- 
vations at Pergamon, A. x. 51-52. 

Humboldt, Essai politique, B. ii. 19 «., 
46 «., 47, 104 n. ; Monuments indige- 
nes, 221 n. ; Vues des Cordilleres, 284- 
• 285, n. 

Hungo Pavie pueblo, A. i. 47-48, with 
plates, 46, 47. 

Hunt, on temple of Assos, C. i. 28 ; Re- 
port, on Assos, A. i. 157, 161, C. i. 7. 

Hunter's Tomb (the), on Gok Su, I. iii. 

44-45- 
Hussey, G. B., a student at American 

School, G. vii. 8 ; special study there, 

43 ; Notes on Greek sculptured crowns, 

etc., 44. 
Huyot, at Assos, C. i. 10. 
Hygeia, sacrifice to, G. vii. 85. 



Hypereides, on Dionysiac theatre, I. i. 
126 n. 

Iambic trimeter in Greek inscriptions, 
I. iv. 65-66; other iambic verses in 
same, 67. 

Ibrala, I. iii. 14. 

Icaria, excavations at, G. vii. 9-10 ; 
identified, 10 ; the birthplace of 
tragedy, 72-73 ; history of its iden- 
tification, 47-56, 74-75, A. ix. 46-47 ; 
excavations at, G. vii. 74-80 (see 
also Dionyso) ; cults in, 94, A. ix. 
48 ; importance of, G. vii. 95-96 ; 
church {plate), 98 (pi. ii.) ; excava- 
tions at [plates), 98 (pi. iii., iv., v.) ; 
extent of, 97-98 ; inscriptions of, 
found, A. ix. 47-48. 

Icarians, in literature, G. vii. 80-81 ; in 
inscriptions, 81-93 > character of, 93- 
95 ; index of names, in 99-101. 

Icarius, story of, 6. vii. 65-67 ; in art, 
67-68 ; bibliography of the story, 
68-69. 

Icarius and Dionysus, legend of, I. i. 
140. 

Icarius, mount, G. vii. 98. 

Icazbalceta, Mex. en 1554, B. ii. 51. 

Ichlara, K. 17, I. ii. 229. 

Iconium, walls of, K. 15-16; road from, 
to Archelais, 16 ; inscriptions at, see 
Konia. 

Ida, mount, C. i. 183 ; ascent of, 187 ; 
view from, 188 ; a resort of the ban- 
dit Tilliboros, N. 25-26; names of its 
heights, 16-17; slopes of, 18; exca- 
vation of cave of Zeus on, A. a. 64; 
geology of, C. i. 186-189, 203, 213. 

Ignatius, in Assos, C. i. 74. 

Ikhlara, I. ii. 229, K. 17. 

Ilan Ovasii, Yuruk nomads in, I. iii. 280. 

Ilaus (Ilouza), inscriptions at, I. iii. 331. 

Ilei, inscriptions at, I. iii. 406-407. 

Iliad, see Homer. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



44 



INDEX. 



Ilias, inscriptions : Imp. Maximeino 
{sic), I. iii. 420; 'AvTcavt7i'ov, 422; 
Tpaiav6v, 423 ; ^v AauStKlt}, 424 ; in- 
scriptions near, 415-419 ; ruined city 
near, 418 ; name, 419. 

Ilios (Homeric), site of, C. i. 143-144. 

Ilisra, inscription at, I. iii. 20. 

Ilium (Hellenic), site of, C. i. 163. 

lUegbp, inscriptions at, I. iii. 357-359. 

lUidje spring, water of, I. iii. 180-181. 

Ilouza, inscriptions at, I. iii. 331. 

Imbros, A. i. 126. 

Imhoof-Blumer, Mommies grecques, I. 
iii. 194. 

Imperial cultus, I. i. 205. 

Imperial Ottoman Museum, A. x. 60. 

Imprecations on violators of tombs, in 
inscriptions, I. i. 82-S4. 

Imrohor ; inscription at, I. iii. 280. 

" Incuria caerimoniarum Augusti," I. i. 

34- 

India, commerce of, A. i. 94-95, 1 1 1 ; 
mode of constructing the rock-cut 
temples of, I. iv. 229 n, 

Indians, archaeological questions con- 
cerning, A. iii. 20 ; sources of our 
knowledge of, 21 ; importance of 
studying living tribes, 34 ; difficulty 
of consulting their documents, B. ii. 
155-156; importance of studying, A. 
i. 18-20 ; linguistic tribal relations, 
ix. 59 ; methods of studying, 55-56, 
iii. 34 ; where to be studied, i. 20. 

Condition at time of Spanish con- 
quest, A. iii. 19; condition since dis- 
covery ; changes of organization and 
mode of life among northern tribes, 
i. 45 ; communism among, 43, 56 ; 
deification of heroes, B. ii. 188 n. ; 
defensive works of, 322 ; ethnical 
status of, A. i. 43 ; houses of, 44, 55 ; 
same, Morgan's essay on, in 27-80 ; 
defensive principle of building houses, 
55 ; development of styles of house- 



building, V. 42, B. i. 73 «. ; rela- 
tion of same, A. vi. 32 ; " double 
house," B. i. 73 n. ; stone house, 
A. i. 29-30 ; tenement house, 52 ; 
" terraced house," v. 95 ; knowledge 
of the arts, i. 43-44 ; knowledge of 
post-and-lintel construction, 62, 63 ; 
mode of wearing the hair, B. ii. 27; 
original mode of living, A. i. 43 ; ori- 
gin of, 30, vi. 32 ; settlements south- 
ward from Santa Fe, v. 33 etseq. ; ter- 
ritory formerly occupied by, 42-43 ; 
villages of, i. 54. 

Indians of Cholula, see Cholulan In- 
dians. 

Christianized, their mode of 

burial, B. i. 99 ti. 

of Cochiti, family life, A. ii. 19- 



of Columbia River, houses of, 

A. i. 30, 41-42 ; family life ; polygamy 
among, 42. 

of Honduras, agricultural cus- 



toms, A. i. 58. 
Mexican, B. ii. 10-12 ; how af- 



fected by environment, 28 ; beds of, 
142 ; care of children, 147 ; condition 
previous to Spanish conquest, 22-26; 
cosmological legends of, 109 ; dances 
of, 147-149; domestic animals of, 
218 ; dress and weapons of, 215-216 ; 
furniture of houses, 1 31-132, 138, 
142-143 ; houses of, on the coast, 
129, with //afe (figs. 14-18)196; pres- 
ent houses on coast (with plate), 21 ; 
houses in the sierra, 129-132, with 
plate (figs. 10, 12, 13), 96; why differ- 
ent from coast dwellings, 130-131 ; 
triple division of houses, 132 ; store- 
houses, 130; house life, 131-132; 
idols of, 60-66; ignorance of art of 
burning lime, 225 «. ; ignorance of 
varieties of animals, i. 4 ». ; markets 
of, ii. 145 ; marriage customs and 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. 

E, = Proto-Ion. cap. 



B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



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married life, B. ii. 132-138; mode of 
burial, i. 99«.; mode of fighting in bat- 
tle, ii. 40; music and musical instru- 
ments, 149-152, ■^\t\i plates figs. 4, 5), 
252 ; names of tribes, 42 ; origin of, 
3, A. vi. 30 n. ; painting, progress of, 
B. ii. 143 n. ; personal names among, 
133-134; prayers for ancestors, 278; 
sacrificial stones of, 55-57 (see also 
Mexico (city), aboriginal sculptures); 
social organization, 132-133; tools of, 
143-144 ; woman's work and status, 
142, 146-147 ; work of, 144-145. 
Indians, New Mexican, called Chichi- 
mecas, B. i. 3 ; spread southward, M. 
i. 32 ; forced back toward the Rio 
Grande, A. v. 33; method of study- 
ing, M. i. 14-15; sources of informa- 
tion concerning, B. i. 3. 

Changes of condition among, M. 
i. 14-15 et seq. ; " cacique," 22-24 > 
dances, traditions, and myths, 25-26; 
disappearance of dialects, 17 ; distri- 
bution of tribes, B. i. 27-28 ; early 
accounts of, Bandelier's essay, in i- 
33; ethnography of, M. i. 15-16; ele- 
ment worship, 23 ; federations, 22 ; 
government changed, 20-21 ; houses, 

A. i. 43-44, vi. 38-39, M. i. 27-29; 
house life, B. ii. 131, M. i. 19; com- 
munal houses, 30 ; " small houses," 
30-32 ; idols of stone, 30 ; imple- 
ments and utensils, 18-19 ; languages 
influenced by the Spanish, 17 ; affini- 
ties of same, B. i. 1 10 ; laws changed, 
M. i. 19-20; mechanical knowledge, 

B. i. 64-65 ; medicine-men, M. i. 23- 
25; migrations, B. i. 109-111, M. i. 
15 ; mode of burial, B. i. 99 n. ; mode 
of making plaster, 57 n. ; names of 
villages in vernacular, M. i. 18 ; phra- 
tries, 21 ; population in i6th century, 
17; pottery, B. i. 105, M. i. 29-30; 
sign language, B. i. 93-94, n. ; war 



with Spaniards, 33 ; woman's duties 
among, ii. 38. 

Indians of New Mexico and Arizona, 
distribution of pueblos and dwell- 
ings, A. V. 55-56 ; architecture of, 
55-78; "communal houses," 55-60, 
78; "family dwellings," 60-63 ; Pap- 
ulation of pueblos, 64-65 ; agricultu- 
ral products, 76 ; mode of irrigation, 
77 ; original form of dwelling, 78-83 ; 
traditions and beliefs, 78, 79 ; origin, 
79 ; migrations, 80, 84 ; social his- 
tory, 85-86 ; uses of the yucca plant, 
96 ; recent investigation among, ix. 
55-61 ; importance of studying, 59 ; 
lost tribes, 60. 

of Orizaba, B. ii. 22. 

of the Rio Grande, changes of 

mode of life ; paganism among, A. ii. 
21 ; tradition of origin, 21-22. 

of the Rio Panuco in the i6th 



century, B. ii. 6-8. 

of Tamaulipas, B. ii. 4-5. 

■ of Yucatan, A. i. 58, 59, 71 ; ori- 



gin of, 59. 
Indje Su, inscribed slab at, I. iii. 177 ; 

inscriptions at, 177-178; tomb near, 

178. 
Ine, C. i. 145-146. 
Information recibida en Mexico y Pue- 

bla el ana de 1565, etc., B, ii. 164 n. 
Inscriptions, Babylonian, F. 17, 18. 
Greek, use of ©eis with names 

of emperors, I. i. 53, 206 n. ; impreca- 



tions m, c 



' the Parian Marble," 



G. vii. 70, 72 ; on silver spoon, I. iv. 
201 ; on vases, 200, 201. 

Versification in, Allen's essay, in 
I. iv. 35-204; age of inscriptions, 37 ; 
errors of composition, 37-38 ; errors 
of transmission, 39-40 ; treatment of 
proper names, 38-39, «.; earlier forms 
of hexameter, 40 n. ; meters of, 41- 
45 ; unmetrical verses, 45-47 ; struc- 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K, = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L, = Ward's 
Wolfe exped, M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



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INDEX. 



Inscriptions, Greek, continued. 

ture of the hexameter, I. iv. 47-63 ; 
caesuras in same, 47-58 ; dactyls and 
spondees in same, 58-63 ; structure 
of the pentameter, 63-65 ; structure 
of other verses, 65-69; quantity of 
vowels, 69-78 ; quantity of syllables 
in exceptional cases, 79-80 ; same 
with mute and liquid, 80-98 ; contrac- 
tion and synizesis, 99-104 ; hiatus, 
105-107 ; vowel shortened before 
vowel, 107-124 ; crasis, 124-126 ; 
elision of a, 127-134; same of e, 
134-150; same of o, 150-152; same 
of 1, 152-154; same of diphthongs, 
155; summary, 155-157; aphaeresis, 
157-158; "J/ movable," 158-160; list 
of inscriptions used in Allen's essay, 
in 161-204: — 

Adalia, I. ii. 222-224; ^gina, iv. 
181 ; Aghlan, ii. 37-38 ; Aghras 
(Agrffi), iii. 335-337; Aiplar, 276; 
Aipler, ii. 184 ; Ak Kihsse, iii. 125- 
128; Ak Serai (Archelais), ii. 228- 
229; Ak Shehir (Philomelium), 165; 
on the Ak Tepe, iii. 176; Akherli 
Pazar, 133, 134 ; Aktchelar, 181-182; 
Aldjibar, 403-405 ; AH Agha Tchift- 
lik, ii. 9-10; Alitchardji, iii. 138-139; 
Almassen, 30-34 {see also Almassen) ; 
AltU Kapii, 218; Amorgos, iv. 183; 
Anactorium, 198 ; Antiochia Pisidiae, 
K. 8-9; Aphidna, I. iv. 172 n. ; Ar- 
massun, iii. 34-38 (see also Armas- 
sun) ; Armutlu, 198-199 ; Artemi- 
sion, iv. 181 ; Ashagha Eshenler, iii. 
89-90 ; Ashagha Yapalak, ii. 299 ; 
Assar, 14; Assos, see Assos, inscrip- 
tions ; Astypalaea, iv. 185 ; Atche 
Pufiar, iii. 97-98 ; Attica, iv. 162 «., 
164 »., 165 «., 169 «., 170 K., 174-180, 
201, 203-204 (see also Attica); Av- 
shar, iii. 279; Bademli, 188-189; 
Baghlii, 280-281 ; Bai'ndir, 192 ; Ba'i- 



yat(Seleucia Sidera), 333-334; Bakh- 
tiar, 217 ; Baldur, ii. 116; Baliiklagho, 
iii. 125; Baulo, 282; near Biredjik, 
433; Boyiik Homa, 186; Bbyiik Ka- 
badja, 402 ; Boyiik Nefezkieui, ii. 
311-320 (see also Bbyiik Nefezkieui) ; 
Bosola, iii. 21-22; Boyalik, ii. 308; 
BoyalU, iii. 179 ; Cedreae, iv. 187 ; 
Ceos, 182 ; Chalcis, 181 j Chios, 184; 
Corcyra, 166 n. ; Corinth, 188-189 
(see also Corinth) ; Cos, 201-202 ; 
Cyme, 188; Cyprus, 186-187; Da- 
ghan Hissar, ii. 176 ; Deghirmeri 
Deresi, K. 19 ; Deirmen Deresi, I. ii. 
253-254; Delos, iv. 182-183, 202 (see 
atoDelos); Delphi, 197-198; Dere- 
kieui, iii. 173-175; Dergiimii, 329- 
330 ; Diarbekir, 435-436 ; Didymi, iv. 
188 ; Dinorna (Isaura Nova), iii. 149- 
153; Dionysiac theatre, i. 125 n., 126 
«., 137, 148 «., 149 K. ; Dionyso, G. vii. 
53, A. ix. 47-48 ; Dodona, I. iv. 170 n. ; 
Dodru Agha, ii. 30-32 ; Doksan Do 
kus Merdimenli Kuyu, 226-227 ; Don 
Aishe, iii. 203-206 ; Dulgerler, 53- 
78 (see also Dulgerler) ; Elatea, iv. 
196-197; Eleusis, G. vii. 91; Ephe- 
sus, I. iv. 188; Epidaurus, 190-193 
(see also Epidaurus) ; Erechtheion, i. 
224, 229-231,236; Erythrae, iv. 166 «.; 
Eshenler Djivlesi, iii. 90-94 (see also 
Eshenler Djivlesi) ; Eubcea, iv. 181 ; 
Fassiller, iii. 166-170; Telle, 193- 
194; near Feriske, 81-82; Fet, 83; 
Geira, ii. 11-13; Gibmse, iii. 156- 
157; Girme (Cremna), 321-326 (see 
also Girme); Godene, 158; Goldjuk, 
39; Gbkdjeli, 237, 430 ; Gbksiin (Co- 
cussus), ii. 240-270 (see also Goksiin) ; 
Gorekli, iii. 172 ; on the Giilberi 
Tchai, 171-172 ; Giindiighiin, 137- 
138 ; GUnen (Konana), 338-351 (see 
also Giinen) ; Giireme, 405-406 ; Gun- 
dani, 226-237 ; list of Pisidian ethnics 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. ( 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. 



. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



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in inscriptions at same, I. iii. 271-273 ; 
Hadji Eyuplu, ii. 14-15; Hadjilar, 
115-116, iii. 123; Haliartus, iv. 196; 
Halicarnassus, 187 ; Hassan Beyli, 
iii. 433-434 ; Hedje, li. loo-iio ; 
Helicon, iv. 195-196; Heraclea, 188; 
Hissar, K. 13; Ilaus (Ilouza), I. iii. 
331; Ilei, 406-407; Ilias, 415-419, 
422-424 ; Ilisra, 20 ; Illegop, 357-559 ; 
Imrolior, 280 ; Indje Su, 177-178 ; 
Islamkieui, 334; Isparta (Baris), ii. 
117-119; Ivreghil, iii. 186 ; Kaldjik, 
ii. 112-114; Kara Agha, 166-169, K. 
10; Kara Aghatch, I. ii. 181-184, K. 
13-14; Kara Baulo, I. iii. 284-308 
(see also Kara Baulo) ; Kara Bulak, 
179; Karadje Koi, 134; Karadjbren, 
162 ; Kara Hissar, ii. 16; Kara Kaya, 
iii. 176-177 ; Karamanlii, ii. 39-67 
\^see also Karamanlii) ; Kara Senir, iii. 
29-30; Karayuk Bazar, ii. 33-35; 
Kassaba, iii. 20-21 ; Kavak, 183 ; 
Kayalii, ii. 112; Kayii, iii. 328 ; Kha- 
tiin Serai (Lystra), 145-148 [see also 
Khatun Serai) ; Khiak Dede, 194- 
195; Khunu, ii. 290; Khurman Ka- 
lesi, K. 39-41, 1, ii. 302-305; Killidj, 
I. iii. 408-414 ; Kiosk, ii. 4-6, K. 3-4 ; 
Kirili Cassaba, I. ii. 184-186 ; Kitchi 
Borlu, iii. 408 ; Kizildje, 184, K. 6 ; 
Kodja Assar, I. iii. 311; Kokiilar, 
224-225 ; Konia (Iconium), ii. 188- 
224 [see also Konia) ; Kotchash, 171- 
175 i^see also Kotchash) ; Kotchos, 
263; Kiirdkieui, 258-259; Kiitchiik 
Homa, iii. 186; Kiitchiik Kabadja, 
352-357 (see also Kiitchiik Kabadja) ; 
Kiitchiik Kirili, 425 ; Kiiz Oren, 39, 
86-89; Kuyudjak, ii. 132-133; Laco- 
nia, iv. 172 ?;. ; Larisa, 199 ; Losta, 
iii. 23-28 (see also Losta) ; MaiVam- 
liik, 7 ; Makuf (Heraclea), ii. 17-29; 
K. 4-5 (see also Makuf) ; Man Agha, 
I. ii. 178-180; Mara, iii. 6; Megara, 



iv. 18S; Mehre, iii. 136-137 ; Merki, 
ii. 291 ; Metapontum, iv. 199; Mus- 
salar, ii. 115; Mut, iii ?i-iz (see also 
Mut) ; Namusa, 139-141 ; Naxos, iv. 
183; Nysa, ii. 338-341; Orenkieui, 
iii. 5, 215-216; Olympia, iv. 172- 
173, /.., 184, 189-190, 194-195, 200 
(see also Olympia) ; Olympieion at 
Athens, i. 190; Ordekdji, iii. 206-214; 
Orta Kara Viran, 129-132 ; Palmyra, 
438-445 (see also Palmyra) ; Pasha 
Kieui, i. 49; Peirseus (translation), 
G. vii. 92 ; Pharsalus, I. iv. 198; Phe- 
ras, 198-199; Pissa, iii. 399-400; Pla- 
taeae, iv. 169 «.; Posidonia, 200; Pu- 
lat, ii. 300; Regiz, 170-171 ; Rhodes, 
iv. 185-186; Rum Dughiin, iii. 163; 
Saghir, 238-270, 430-432 (see also 
Saghir) ; list of Pisidian ethnics in 
same, 271-273; Salamis, iv. 181; 
Salir, iii. 199-202, 426-427 (see also 
Salir) ; Samos, iv. 184 ; Saraidjik, 
iii. 41-44; Sazak, ii. in; Sellasia, 
iv. 194; Seiiir, iii. 414; Seiiir Ghent, 
380-383 ; Serpek, 16-17 ; near Ser- 
pek, 18 ; Shahr (Comana), ii. 234- 
239 (see also Shahr) ; Sidivre, iii. 18- 
19 ; Sille, ii, 194-195 ; Sindjerii 
Khan, 226 ; Siristat, iii. 98-102 (see 
also Siristat) ; Soghlanlii Dere, ii. 
231-232 ; Sparta, iv. 193 ; Siidjullii 
Aivalii, iii. 223-224 ; Sybaris, iv. 199- 
200; Syghyrlik, iii. 311-314; Syra- 
cuse, iv. 200; Tamashaliik, iii. 47- 
50 ; Tamba Hassan, ii. 320 ; Tcham- 
kieui, 36 ; Tchariik Serai, 176- 
178; Tchaundir, iii. 216; Tchaush, 
:6i; Tchetindje Beldjighas, 196-197 ; 
Tchetme, ii. 169-170; Tchitchekler, 
iii. 170-171; Tchokha Oren, 40; 
Tchiimiir, 327-328 ; Tefeny, ii. 67- 
100 (see also Tefeny) ; Tegea, iv. 193 ; 
Tepe Arasii, iii. 103 ; Thebes, iv. 196; 
Thera, 184-185; Thessaly, 202; Tho- 



H. = Bull, of School. I, = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N, = Gargara, Laraponia. 



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INDEX. 



Inscriptions, Greek, continued. 

ricus, theatre of, I. iv. 31 ; Tokhmad- 
jik, iii. 276-277 ; Tralleis, see Tralleis ; 
Utch Kilisse, 29, 148-149 ; Uyiiklii, 
275 ; Ulu Borlu, 360-379 {see also Ulu 
Borlu) ; UlumahallU, ii. 176-178 ; 
Ulu Punar, iii. 103-105 ; Usuftcha, ii. 
37; Yakanbir, iii. 215; Yalak, ii. 
260-261 (see also Yalak) ; Yali Ilii- 
yiik, iii. 133 ; Yalowadj-Salir, iii. 219- 
221,429; Yalowadj-Sofular, 218-219; 
Yarpuz (Arabissus), ii. 285-288 (see 
also Yarpuz) ; Yaztii Veran (Tyman- 
dos), iii. 388-399 (see also Yaztii Ve- 
ran) ; Yaziilii, 315-317; Yefiidje, ii. 
10 ; Yeiiidje Tchiftlik, iii. 185 ; Yo- 
karii Kotchash, 38-39 ; Yonuslar, 
190-191 ; Zengibar Kalessi (Palsea 
Isaura), 106-121, 427-428 (see also 
Zengibar Kalessi) ; near Ziyaret Se- 
rai, ii. 289. 

Inscriptions, Latin, transliteration of 
Greek vowels in, I. iv. 274, 277 ; bi- 
lingual numerals in, ii. 309. 

Albistan, I. ii. 294-298, K. 37; 
Altii KapU, I. iii. 217 ; near Ancyra, 
E. 45 ; Assos, see Assos ; Belcaive 
Pass, I. i. 62 ; Boyiik Kabadja, iii. 
400-401 ; Boyiik Nefezkieui, ii. 308- 
311, K. 43-44 (see also Boyiik Nefez- 
kieui) ; Diarbekir, I. iii. 434-435 ; 
Diirdkieui, ii. 256-257 ; Fassiller, 
iii. 168; Giomse, 155-156; Girme 
(Cremna), 319-321 (see also Girme) ; 
Goksun (Cocussus), K. 20-22, I. 
ii. 240-247 (see also Gbksiin) ; near 
Goksun, K. 27-29, 1, ii. 264-270 (see 
also Gbksiin) ; Giinen (Konana), I. 
iii. 339 ; Gulghurum, 187 ; Hissar, ii. 
131-132, 144-145, 147 (see also His- 
sar) ; Ilias, iii. 419-421 ; near Ilias, 
415, 419; Isgin, ii. 293-294; Kanlii 
Kavak, K. 29-35, ^- "• 270-284 (see 
o/w Kanlii Kavak); Kavak, I. iii. 154- 



155, 182; Kekli Oglou, K. 24; Kha- 
tiin Serai (Lystra), I. iii. 142-145 (see 
also Khatiin Serai); Konia (Iconi- 
um), ii. 213; Kiirdkieui, 257-258; 
Kur Sari, iii. 275 ; Losta, 23 ; Mana- 
gha, K. 11-12; Mehemet Beikieui, 
K. 23, I. ii. 254-256; Ortakieui, I. ii. 
321 ; milestones on road to Palmyra, 
iii. 436-438 ; milestones west of Pal- 
myra, 447-448 ; Missirli, 225-226 ; 
Palmyra, 446 ; " Siidjiillii," 221-223 > 
Tchalam Khan, 157-158 ; Tchetindje 
Aktche Assar, 217 ; Ugiiklii, 274- 
275; Yaghdjilar, 274; Yakka, 278; 
Yalak, K. 25, I ii. 259-260 (see also 
Yalak) ; Yalowadj Salir, I. iii. 221 ; 
Yalowadj Sofular, 220, 429 ; Yar- 
puz (Arabissus), ii. 285, K. 35-36 
(see also Yarpuz) ; near Yarpuz, 
K. 36, I. ii. 291-292 ; Yaztii Ve- 
ran, I. iii. 384-387 (see also Yaztii 
Veran) ; near Ziyaret Serai, K. 35, 1. 
ii. 288. 

Inscriptions, Nahuatl, at Cholula, B. ii. 
163 «. 

Phoenician, F. 6-7, 11-12. 

Sicyonian Greek, at Moulki, A. 

ix. 46. 



Phrygian Greek, at Tchariik Se- 
rai, K. II, I. ii. 176. 

Inscription Rock, or " The Morro," in- 
scriptions found at, A. x. 108. 

Institut de Correspondance hell^nique, 
A. A. 59. 

lo, at the Bosporos, A. i. 122. 

lolaos, reliefs representing, C. i. 108- 
109. 

Ionic architecture, oculi in volutes, E. 
6; origin of, 9-19; original wooden 
capital (with cut), 13-14 ; antique 
capitals, 18 « ; conjunction of echi- 
nos with volutes, 19-20 ; inverted vo- 
lutes, 20 ; combination of capital with 
Doric entablature, 21-22; base, D. 18 ; 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. 

E. = Proto-Ion. cap. 



B, = Amer. papers. 

F, = Orient, antiq. 



C. = Class, papers. B. = Dor. shaft. 
G, = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



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columns used as sepulchral monu- 
ments, 19 K. 

Ionic sculpture, school and examples 
of, A. X. 72-73 

vowels, I iv. f,(}T,-2T] passim. 

lowas, houses of, A. i. 35. 

Irene (goddess), I. i. 140-142. 

Iroquois, " long houses " of, A. i. 30- 
35 ; domestic life of, 71. 

Isaiah, F. 15. 

Isaura Nova, identified, I. iii. 150-151 
{see also Palaea Isaura) ; acropolis, 1 50. 

Isaura Vetus, see Palasa Isaura. 

Isauria, Kiepert's maps, in cover of 
I. iii. 

Isgin, inscriptions at, I. ii. 293-294. 

Ishiklar mausoleum at, I. iii. 122. 

Ishtar, descent into Hades, F. 13. 

Isla de los Sacrificios, B. ii. 16, 17; 
vases from, 17. 

Islamkieui, inscription at, I. iii. 334. 

Isleta or Tshya-ui-pa pueblo, A. v. 37. 

Isparta (Baris), inscriptions at, I. ii. 
117-119. 

Isokrates, tomb of, D. 12. 

Istropolis, A. i. 113. 

Isyllus's Pdan, versification of, I. iv. 
67-69. 

Italian laws concerning archaeological 
exploration, A. viii. 45-46. 

Italy, service of the government to 
Greek archaeology, A. x. 79 n. ; re- 
cent archaeological work in, 91 ; a na- 
tional School of Archaeology founded, 
92; legislation concerning archaeo- 
logical explorations, 91. 

Itcheri Shehir, I. iii. 188. 

Itinerario de larmata del re catJiolico in 
India, etc., B, ii. 5 n. 

Ittar, Sebastian, map of the Pnyx, I. iv. 
234 «. 

Ivalee, inhabitants of, C. i. 3-4. 

Ives, Report on the Colorado River of the 
West, A. i. 51-52. 



Ivreghil, inscription at, I. iii. i85. 
Ixtli, uses of, B. ii. 38. 
Ixtlilxochitl, F. de A., Histoire des Chi- 
chimeques, B. ii. 24 n. 

Jabriyeh, Tel, L. 25. 

Jackson, W. H., Geographical survey, 
B. i. 77 ; Report, A. i. 46, 48. 

Jackson, W. H., & Co., services to 
American School, G. v-vi. 36. 

Jaramillo, Relation, B. i. II. 

Jason, golden fleece of, A. i. 109 ; con- 
secrates anchor of the Argo, 120- 
121 ; sanctuary of, 121. 

Jastrow, Morris, Jr., note to Ward's 
Notes on Orietital antiquities, F. 19. 

Jebb, R. C, visits Assos, A. iv. 25, 39- 
40; visits Methymna and Smyrna, 
45 ; on the Antigone of Sophocles, 
G. vii. 96-97 ; on founding of a Brit- 
ish School at Athens, A. ii. 36; Ho- 
meric and Hellenic Ilium, C. i. 144, 
163 ; Tour in the Troad, A. iv. 25, 

39-45- 

Jemez, a field for archaeology, A. ix. 55 ; 
Indian houses at, i. 45. 

Jemez Indians, joined by the Pecos, B. 
i. 124-125. 

Jio, or The Fuerte, B. ii. 311-314, with 
plate (figs. 6-9), 309 ; name, 311. 

John (emperor), in inscription of Ico- 
nium, I. ii. 211. 

John V. (Paleologos), dethrones Canta- 
cuzenos, A. i. 140. 

John Zimisce (emperor), in inscription 
of Kotchash?, I. ii. 171. 

Johns Hopkins University, supports 
scheme of American School, G. i-iii. 
6, 7, (A. iii. 52, 53) ; subscribes to 
same, G. i-iii. 9, (A. iii. 55) ; present- 
ed with a collection of ancient coins ; 
purchases collection of vases, A. ix. 39. 

Johnson^! universal cyclopedia, on Cen- 
tral American ruins, A. i. 76, 77. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 

Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. H . = Gargara, Lamponia. 

4 



50 



INDEX. 



Josephus, Ant. fud-, I. i. 43 «. 
Journal of Archaeology, see American 

Journal of Archaeology. 
Judges, F. 15. 
Juktas, mount, A. ii. 42-43 ; Pelasgic 

walls on, 42 ; cavern on, 42, 43. 
Julia Aphrodite, in inscription of As- 

sos, I. i. 40, 41. 
Julia Domna Augusta, called " mater 

castrorum," I. i. 59 ; in Asia Minor, 

42-43 ; named in inscriptions, 43 ; in 

inscription of Assos, 58; of Hedje, 

ii. no ; of Ilias, iii. 417 ; of Tcham- 

kieui, ii. 36. 
Julian family, I. i. 42. 
Julius, L., in Zeitsckrift filr bildende 

Kunst, on theatre of Dionysus, I. i. 

138 »., 144 «., 148, 149. 
Jumanos, have receded to savagery, A. 

V. 85 ; called Rayados, B. i. 24-25 ; 

dwellings of, A. v. 36 ; original form 

of same, 78 ; pottery of, 36 ; territory 

formerly claimed by, B. i. 24. 
Jupiter Capitolinus, in inscription of 

Assos, I. i. 52. 
Justinian, restores fortifications of No- 

viodunum, A. i. 108. 

Kabbadias, service to archaeology, A. x. 
78 ; oversees excavation of the Athe- 
nian acropolis, 82 et seq. 

Kabukla Belen Dagh, ascent of, I. iii. 

135- 
Kadi Koi, A. i. 122. 
Kadmos, tradition of his building of 

Thebes, D. 14. 
Kaibazar, I. ii. 29. 
Kaibel, in Rheinische Museum, Greek 

inscriptions, I. iv. 161-iy;^ passim ; 

Efigramm-ata Graca ex lapidibus con- 

lecta, 41, 162-173. 
Kaldjik, inscriptions at, I. ii. 112-114, 

324- 
Kale Dagh, ruins on, I. iii. 170. 



Kalifatli Asmak creek, C. i. 163, 164, 
165. 

Kalioujik promontory, A. i. 123. 

Kallimachos, lamp of in the Erechthei- 
on, L i. 234-235. 

Kamariotissa, A. i. 129. 

Kanlii Kavak, inscriptions : Imp. Phi- 
lippus, I. ii. 270-271, 275, 279-281 ; 
fragments, 271, 273, 284; per Cat. 
Clementem, 272; Imp. Antonino(Ela- 
gabalo), 272-273, 282-284; Imp. Pu- 
pienus ; Imp. Gordiano, 273-274 ; 
Imp. Diocletiano, 275-276, 277-282, 
284; Imp. Septimius Severus, 275- 
278 ; Imp. Gallus, 282-283 ; inscrip- 
tions, K. 29-34. 

Kaplanlii, I. iii. 50. 

Kara Agatsh, see Kara Aghatch. 

Kara Agha, inscription at, K. 10, 1, ii. 
166-168. 

Kara Aghatch, inscriptions at, I. ii. 
181-184, K. 13-14. 

Kara Assar, I. iii. 187. 

Kara Baulo, I. iii. 281 ; inscriptions : 
'ApTCfilSatpop ; Bidpopa, 284 ; 'latijv, 
285 ; Bo^x'^Aou, 286 ; 'Opearijv, 287 ; 
'Ayrtoxos, 288 ; Aup. 'Epfioyeviavhs 
"OttKujv, 289-290; T^v SeTva 'OXvfnri- 
Kov, 290-291 ; M. kvpiiKiov *'Aj8ai/Ta, 
291—292 ; Aup. ''OirXwi/o, 293 ; Avp. 
Aaofi^SovTtavijv MtadtSav, 294; Avp. 
Btai/opiavhv 'A^iiT^iavhv ^Avrioxov, 295- 
296 ; 'Avrioxov, 296-297 ; Avp. 'APur- 
fiiavov 'AvtUxov, 297—298; ZfiivQiof, 
298 ; M. Aup. aevai/oi, 299; 'Avrloxos, 
300 ; &e6Sa>pos, 301 ; Oi/J({t7)I', 302 ; 
Aip. 'A\f(avSpiat/ Zaxrliiriv, 302-303; 
Bidvopa, 303-304; Aiip. 'AvTioxtav^v, 
304 ; AeovTiav^ ; *AptTikKov, 305 ; 'Ap- 
Tsfiotya ; Mefifiiov 'AXfieifiiov, 306 ; 
'AvTi6xov MdtrayToi, 307 ; fragments, 
307-308. 

Ruined temple near, I. iii. 282 ; an- 
cient name of; temples and other 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E, = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept of School. 



INDEX. 



51 



ruins, 283; imperial cultus in, 290; 

temple of the Emperors and Zeus 

Sarapis, 301. 
Kara Bulak, inscriptions at, I. iii. 179. 
Karadja Koi, name; inscription at, I. 

iii. 134. 
Karadjoren, inscription at, I. iii. 162. 
Kara DUghiin, stream near, I. iii. 159. 
Kara Hissar, inscription at, I. ii. 16. 
Kara Kayu, I. iii. 218; inscription on, 

176-177. 
Karakush, S5rrian monastery at, 1. 15. 
Karamanlii, inscriptions : KoAiriipi'ios 

Aaos, I. ii. 39-40, 43 ; 'ATroWe^i/ioy, 

40-42,44; MVj, 42-43. 45 ; 2e;8^pou, 

45-49; Mei/eirSeuj, 47-50 ; 'A Was A up. 

(two), 53-54, 54-57, 324 ; AipiiWios, 
53-54 ; Irlfiitae Thv ix^"" (four), 57- 
65 : fragment, 65 ; Srjfios 'Op^Tj\4u>v, 
65-67. 

Kara Seiiir, inscriptions at, I. iii. 29-30. 

Kara Su, source of ; water of, I. iii. 

52- 
Karayuk Bazar, inscriptions at, I. ii. 33- 

3S. 3^3- 

Karib, I. iii, 403. 

Kassaba, I. iii. 20; inscription at, 20-21. 

Kavak, inscriptions at, I. iii. 153-155, 
182-183 ; springs at, 7. 

Kavakavak, inscription at, I. ii. 6-7. 

Kavvadias, P, services to American 
School, G. v-vi. 12. 

Kayalu, inscription at, I. ii. 112. 

Kayii, inscription at, I. iii. 328. 

Kayulu Tatlar, I. ii. 230. 

Kazan, Roman road at, A. i. 95; in- 
scription at ; roads at, 96. 

Kef Boghaz, I. iii. 162. 

Keklik (partridge), I. iii. 177. 

Kekli Oghlou, inscriptions at, K. 24. 

Kekropion at Athens, I. i. 230. 

Kelsey, T. W., visits Peloponnesus and 
Asia Minor, G. iv. 14, 15. 



Kemar River valley, geology of, C. i. 
196, 202. 

Kenchreai, identified, E. 26-28 ; histor- 
ical notices of, 27. 

Kenyon College, invited to co-operate 
in American School, G. iv. 18. 

Keshlik YailasU, ruined church at, I. 
iii. 160. 

Kestel Dagh, remains and walls on, I. 
iii. 175. 

Ketchi Borlu, inscription at, I. iii. 408. 

Khadem mountains, view from highest 
peak of, I. iii. 50. 

Khatiin Serai, inscriptions : Augustum, 
I. iii 142 ; two fragments ; Andro, 
143 ; monumentum, 143-144 ; D. Bil- 
lenus Rufus, 144 ; C. lulius Rufus, 
144-145; A. MoAios rdXos, 145; 'A. 
Seir...., 145-146; ... (trios (av..., 146; 
Al/pT], &e65upos ', *Ai/;^ap^fa KovivTt\~ 
\a, 147; M. OS\irtos; fragment, 148; 
plateau near, I. iii. 141, 142. 

Khersonesus, A. ii. 43-44. 

Khiak Dede, inscriptions at, I. iii. 194- 

'95- 

Khodjakieui, market held at, I. iii. 96; 
sarcophagi near, 97. 

Khorsabad, column in palace of, E. 12 ; 
Assyrian aedicula at, 14. 

Khunu, inscription at, I. ii. 290. 

Khurman Kalesi, K. 39, 1, ii. 302 ; in- 
scriptions at, K. 39-41 ; the site of 
Sobagena, 41 ; inscription near, I. ii. 
302-305. 

Khurman Su, ancient name of, I. ii. 305. 

Kidder, H. P., supports Stillman's ex- 
pedition to Crete, A. ii. 32, 33. 

Kiepert, H., on site of Icaria, G. vii. 51 ; 
Gegenbemerkungen zu der Abhand^ 
lung des Urn. G. Hirschfeld uber die 
Lage von Tavium, K. 43 ; map of 
Asia Minor, C. i. 49 ; same, corrected, 
K. 4, 15 ; maps of Asia Minor, A. a. 
62 ; draws maps for Sterrett's Wolfe 



H. = Bull of School. I = Papers of School. K. = Sten-etl's Prelim rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



52 



INDEX. 



Expedition, I. iii. vi. ; same for Ster- 
rett's Epigraphkal jmrney, A. ir. 37 ; 
maps of Sterrett's routes in Cappa- 
docia, in cirjcr of\. ii.; map of Ster- 
rett's routes in ancient Cilicia, Lyca- 
onia, Isauria, and Pisidia; map of 
Sterrett's routes in ancient Isauria, 
in ccruer o/l. iii. 

Kilisra, I. iii. 15^. 

Kilisse Tchale, ruins at, I. iii. 125. 

Killidj, I. iii. 408; inscriptions: Avp. 
AiKivmvhs KttWli^opfos BapTiv6s, 408- 
409 ; Avp. ^6vTeiov T^LfjL68eov, 409- 
410; kvpri}\ioi 'AjcuAar koX TeifiSQeos, 
41O-4H ; Aitp. Evaradia; Avp. Adfiv- 
pos, 41 1 ; AovKKios ; r. 'EpeVctos Tet- 
/tdfffos, 412 ; Ti;8epios, 413; Aip. M...d- 
vios, 413—414. 

Killish Laghan, name, I. iii. 399. 

Kimonian peace, conditions of, C. i. 71. 

King, H., student at the American 
School, H. ii. 14. 

Kiosk, inscriptions at, K. 3-4, 1. iL 4-6 ; 
inscription near, I. ii. 7-8. 

Kirili Cassaba, inscriptions at, I. ii. 
184-186. 

Kirk Bash, window support at, I. iii. 238. 

Kisthene, identified, N. 7-8, n. ; when 
destroyed, 8 «. 

Kitian merchants at the Peiraieus, I. 
i. 31. 

Kizil Bashi Kurds, K. 38. 

Kizildje (Sebastopolis), inscriptions at, 
K. 6, 1, iii. 184, ii. 27-29 ; remains it, 
I. iii. 184- 

Kizil Getchid, I. iii. 4. 

Kizil Hissar, I. ii. 29. 

Kizil Oren, inscription at, I. ii. 187. 

Kodja Assar, fragmentary inscription 
at, I. iii. 311. 

Kodja Su, gorge on, I. iii. 314-315; 
name, 317 ; source and ancient name 
of, 318. 

Kokiilar, inscription at, I. iii. 224-225. 



Kokylion, identified, E. 25. 

Koldeweij, R., visits Assos, A. iii. 42, 
V. 22. 

Kolonai, identified, E. 28; ancient no- 
tices of, 28, 35 «. 

Konana, identified, I. iii. 337 ; inscrip- 
tions of, see Giinen. 

Konia (Iconium) inscriptions: Alxla 
ToTo, I. ii. 188 ; 'E^ovpijvav Ma^lfiav, 
1S9 ; Ai/p'EvTvxiov ZoiTiKov, 189-190; 
OvaSovs, 190; K6iyTos ^ovXfiios 'AA.«f- 
avSpos, 190-191 ; "Ovtjo-i/hoj, 191 ; Avp. 
VovpBos : 'AvToiytavS^, 192 ; AtAto 
Kaiffio, 193 ; ... TItos, 193-194 ; Mere- 
Srifioi, 194; Aai;$, 194-195; yir)iias, 
195 ; AiXlcp KvivTiav^ McyeS^/ty, I95~ 
196; TpoKiii/5os, 196-197; Avp. 'Hpo- 
kKIo, 198; Mfvycaj, 198-199; Tafisis, 
199; M. O^Xvios 'Hpo/cAeiTOS, 200; 
nuAaSijs, 201 ; ... 'ABriviav, 201-202 ; 
Mipos Mova, 202 ; AvplXtos [j/V] Vldp- 
Kos, 203 ; Faeios ElouAios narpiKios 
(two), 203-204; Mfi'eSTj^os, 205 ; Oua- 
\4pi05, 205-206 ; Ka\e(p€vyei ; OvK- 
ireia, 206 ; Aiipji. ; A6/j.yos ^\a$tos, 
207 ; TpoA Aeis, 208 ; OitUijj, 208-209 ; 
riovxop'os; ^' VleylffTtp, 209; At6s, 
210; Mixa^A., 2IO-2II ; 'APpad/i, 211 ; 
^\a$ios K6vuv, 211-212; 'iTjcrotJ Xpet- 
(TTov, 212; 'A\e^(Lvhp^, 213; sibi... 
^\dovios TTjprjTtavos, 21^1 Svo Kaaly- 
VTjToi, 214-215 ; (Trifid ti wSe, 215-216; 
iav S4 Tis (two), 216, 217 ; (cal eaurp, 
217; OvaXepiav ; hpeis ; 0eo7s ko- 
raxBovlois, 21S ; (riddle); (riddle?), 
219; (riddle,) 220; Ko'ii'toj, 220; five 
fragments, 221-222 ; walls of; anti- 
quities at, I. ii. 225. 
Konstantinou, M. P., letter on an in- 
scription of Nysa, in I. ii. 340-341. 
Koppa ( 9 ) used at Assos as a mason's 

mark, I. i. 87. 
Kostenjeh, name, and Roman remains 
at, A. i. 113. 



A, = Ann. rept. of InsL B, = Amer. papers 

E, = Proto-Ion. cap. F, = Orient, antiq. 



C. = Class papers. D, = Dor. shaft 
6. — Ann. rept of School. 



INDEX. 



S3 



Kotchash, inscriptions at, I. ii. 171-175. 
Kotchos, inscription at, I. ii. 263. 
Kotlak, I. ii. 308. 

Koum Kaleh, promontory, C. i. 158. 
Kouyoundjik, Assyrian bas-relief from, 

M. i. 40. 
Kozlowski, Mrs., on objects found at 

Pecos, B. i. 63-64, «. 
Kraus, Martin, Ttirco-Griecia, on Olym- 

pieion at Athens, I. i. i86. 
Krell, Geschichte des dorischen Stils, C. 

i. 98. 
Kruse, on site of Icaria, G. vii. 49. 
Kulaklee, temple of Apollo Smintheus 

at, A. iv. 40. 
Kiilek Dagh, fortress on, I. ii. 233. 
Kumanudes, 'AttikiJs intypacftul 

iiTiTVfjL^iot, I. iv. 161-202 J>ass/m. 
Kiirdkieui, inscriptions at, I. ii. 257- 

259. 
Kurds, I. ii. 301. 
Kur Sari, stones at ; inscription, I. iii. 

275- 
Kurtlu Oren, ruins at, I. iii. 160. 
K-iitchiik Homa, inscription near, I. iii. 

186. 
Kiitchiik Kabadja, inscription : Aip. 

Zdaifios^ I. iii. 352; kvp. Hevveas ; 

'ArTK\a^, 353 ; Aioyeyris Kal Aiovutrios ; 

ZcijTiK..., 354 J 'A.Keva ; 'ApT^fj.wj/ Kal 

Taria; Avp-fjKtos Z<aTtK6s, 355; Me- 

vias ; IlaTras koX Y.vrvxris ; 'AttoAA-w- 

v/ou, 356; Ariix7iTpt<ji ; fragments, 357. 
Kiitchiik Kirili, inscription at, I. iii. 425. 
Kiitchiik Nefezkieui, spring at, I. ii. 

308. 
Kuyudjak, inscription at, I. ii. 132-133. 
Kiiz Oren, inscription at, I. iii. 39 ; 

cemetery at, 85 ; inscriptions of, 86- 

89. 
Kyknos (king), Greek expedition 

against, E. 31-33. 
Kynane, called Adea, I. i. 75. 
Kypselos, chest of, at Olympia, C. i. 108. 



Kyzikos, Antonian family in, I. i. 38; 
imperial cultus at, 38-39. 

Lacratides, an Icarian, G. vii. 85, 90-92. 

Lacritides, an Icarian, G. vii. 85. 

Laconia, inscription at, I. iv. 172 ti. 

Lafayette College, invited to co-operate 
in American School, G. iv. 18. 

Laguna, religious organizations of In- 
dians at, A. V. 38. 

Lajard, Culie de Mithra, F. 17 ; cuts 
from, 4, 8. 

Lalassis, identified, I. iii. 80. 

Lale, rock-cut dwellings found at, I. 
iii. 14. 

Lamas, I. iii. 3. 

Lami, on site of Icaria, G. vii. 48. 

Lamos, I. iii. 3. 

Lamponia, mentions of, by classic au- 
thors, N. 27, 28 ; site identified, 27 ; 
ruins of, 27-28; tribute to Athens; 
population in 5th century B. c. ; 
coins of; taken by Otanes, 28 ; de- 
serted by its inhabitants, 29 ; geology 
of, C. i. 208. 

Lanciani, Rodolfo, lectures in New York 
on Roman archaeology, A. viii. 38. 

Landa, Diego de. Relation des choses de 
Yucatan, B. ii. 182. 

Larisa, inscription of, I. iv. 199. 

Larissa, identified, N. 19 n. 

La Roche, in Zeitschrift fiir osterrei- 
chische Gymnasien, on Homeric use 
of hi and iv in fourth foot of a 
verse, I. iv. 60. 

Las Casas, An account of the first voy- 
ages in America, A. i. 58. 

Las Vegas, " small houses '' at ; pot- 
tery found at, A. v. 32. 

Latimer, Julia, given privileges of 
American School, H. ii. 16. 

Latin diphthongs, simplification of, I. 
iv. 268 «. 

Lauzados, identified, I. iii. 80. 



H- = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K- = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M- = Bull, of Inst. N- = Gargara, Lamponia. 



54 



INDEX. 



Lawton, W. C, a member of the Assos 
Expedition, C. i. i6; visits Trojan 
plain in 1881, 145 ; Notes on Bunir- 
ias/ii and other sites in the Troad, in 
143-165. 

Leach, Abby, elected a member of 
Managing Committee of American 
School, G. vii. 12. 

Leake, W. M., visits Assos, A. i. 157, 
C. i. 7 ; Denies of Attica, on site of 
Icaria, G. vii. 49-51 ; Journal of a 
tour in Asia Minor, C. i. 7 ; Topog- 
raphy of Athetis, I. iv. 236, 253. 

Leander's swimmmg of the Hellespont, 
A. i. 124-125. 

Le Bas-Waddington, Voyage archlolo- 
gique, L i. 36-37, 45, 103, ii, passim, 
m.fassim. 

Lechevalier, J. B., on the Scamander, 
C. i. 156 ; Voyage de la Troade, E. 25. 

Lecton, cape, Turkish name for, C. i. 3 ; 
date of mole at, 59. 

Lectum, identified, A. i. 145. 

Legio L, Minerva Pia Fidelis, in inscrip- 
tion of Antiochia (Pis.), I. ii. 128. 

II., Augusta, in inscription of 

Antiochia (Pis.), I. ii. 127 

VI., Ferrata, in inscription of 

Antiochia (Pis), I. ii. 130, 131, 132. 

XII., Fulminata, in inscription 

of Antiochia (Pis.), L ii. 127. 

XIII., Gemina, in inscription of 



Antiochia (Pis.), I. ii. 125. 

XV., ApoUinaris, in inscription 

of Yali Hiiyiik, I. iii. 133. 

XXII., Primigenia Pia Fidelis, 



in inscription of Antiochia (Pis.), I. 
ii. 128. 

XXIII., Primigenia, in inscrip- 
tion of Antiochia (Pis.), I. ii. 126. 

Leleges, identified, N. 19, C. i. S9-60 ; 
abode of, C. i. 60 ; in the southern 
Troad, N. 19 seq. ; capital of, 19 ; eth- 
nography of, 20-21, «. 



Lenormant, F., Recherches archiolo- 
giques d Eleusis, G. vii. 55-56; Rec- 
ords of the past, F. 16. 

Leon y Gama, Antonia de, Descripcion 
historica y cronologica de las dos Pie- 
dras, etc., B. ii. 54 «., 58. 

Lepethymnos, mount, identified, C. i. 24. 

Lepsius, K. R., Sur Fordre des colonnes- 
piliers en Egypte, D. 16 «. ; Denkmaler 
aits Aegypten und Aethiopien, 17 k. 

L'esbos, A. i. 156; Ionian and .lEolian col- 
onizations of, C. i. 66 ; condition in the 
15th century, 76 , under the Gattilusii, 
A. i. 140-141 ; taken by Turks, 142. 

Lewis, J. McK., a student at the Amer- 
ican School, G. v-vi. 10, 13, vii. 26; 
studies Attic inscriptions, v-vi. 11; 
death of, 17 ; life and character of, 
17-18 ; Notes on Attic vocalism, in I. 
iv. 261-277 ; same, G v-vi. 15. 

Lewis and Clarke, Travels to the sources 
of the Missouri river, A. 1. 41, 42. 

Lewis (instrument), origin of, D. 14. 

Liliro de Ore, described, B. i. 4 «. 

Licinianus Granius, on Olympieion at 
Athens, I. i. 200. 

Licinius (emperor), in inscription ol 
Paljea Isaura, I. iii. no; same at 
Boyiik Kabadja, 401 ; same at Ilias, 
420. 

Liddell and Scott, Greek lexicon, s. v. 
xlav, D. 12 «. 

Lintels of stone and of wood found in 
New Mexico and Central America, 
A. i. 62-63. 

Lintel construction in Greek bridges, 
C. i. 128; among Village Indians, A. 
i. 62-63; at Cholula (with cui), B. ii. 
115-116. 

Little Miami valley, explorations in, A. 
X. 98 seq. ; " altars " in, 99 ; tunnels in 
mounds, 99-100. 

Livia-Julia, cult of, L i. 38 ; called Au- 
gusta ; name on coins, 42. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. P. = Orient, antiq. G- = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



55 



Livius, I. 25 n. ; on Olympieion of Ath- 
ens, I. i. 189, 199. 

Lohde, Architektonik der Helleiien, E. 
19 «. 

Lollian family, I. i. 37-38. 

Lollianus, in inscription of Tralleis, I. 
i. 94. 

Lollianus, Egnatius, proconsulates of, 
I. i. 95. 

Lolling, H. G., in Giittingen Nachrich- 
ten, on the Pnyx, I. iv. 247 ; letter 
to Sterrett on inscription of Palaea 
Isaura, in I. iii. 42S. 

Lollius, Quintus, surnamed ^iXeratpos, 
family of, i. 37-38 ; named in inscrip- 
tion of Assos, 36-38, 40, 41, 44. 

" Long House " of the Iroquois, A. i. 

30-35- 
Longitude, whence reckoned by the 

ancients, N. 9. 
Longstreet, services to the Institute, A. 

ii. 26 ; same to Assos expedition, 30 ; 

same to Stillman, 34. 
Longus, L. Flavins, in inscription at 

SUdjallii,'!. iii. 221. 
Longus, Ulpius Valerius, in inscription 

near Ilias, I. iii. 419. 
Loom, Mexican, at Mitla, B. ii. 278. 
Lorillard Expedition, A. ii. 23, 24, x. 

98. 
Los Cerros, pottery found near, A. v. 

38- 

Losta, ruins at, I. iii. 22 ; inscriptions : 
Gordiano ; T. xal ri'ios, 23 ; 'Opeffrris, 
24 ; OH/j./j.axi", 25 ; TiTi^i, 25-26 ; TIti/! 
2e|TeiA.(a)i, 26; AovKios, 26-27; A5f\. 
*A{{. Afjfi'tjTpiov ; r. 'lo{i\. 'Pou^os Oye- 
rpavos ; 'Ha.i'kos, 27-28 ; three frag- 
ments, 28. 

Lowell, J. R., chosen chairman of a 
committee on American School, G. 
v-vi. 27. 

Lowy, Inschriften griechischer Bild- 
hauer,\. iv. 1(11-202 passim. 



Lucian, Bis accus. ; on the Pnyx, I. iv. 
210 ; Piscator, on the Pnyx, 238 ; Scho- 
lia, on Olympieion at Athens, i. 203. 

Lucifero of Cotrone, destroys temple 
of Hera Lakinia, A. viii. 43. 

Ludlow, T. W., appointed secretary of 
Managing Committee of American 
School, G. i-iii. 8, (A. iii. 54) ; ap- 
pointed member of sub-committee on 
publications of School, G. i-iii. 13, 
(A. iv. 51) ; edits Papers I. of School, 
G. iv. 8 ; Note on a terra-cotta figurine 
from Cyp'us, etc., in M. i. 35-40; 
note on the site of Homeric Troy, 
in C. i. 143-145- 

Luis (companion of Coronado), B. i. 
115. 

Luke, visits Assos, C. i. 74. 

Lycabettus hill, site of, I. iv. 209. 

Lycaonia, Kiepert's map, in cover of 
I. iii. 

Lycurgus, law relating to house beams, 
A. i. 131 ; Leocr., I. i. 169 ». 

Lydian monarchy, invaded by Cimme- 
rians, C. i. 68 ; extent and history of, 
68-69; conquered by Cyrus, 69. 

Lydians, submit to Assyrians, C. i. 65; 
achievements of, 69. 

Lyoboa, see Mitla. 

Lysimachus, marries Arsinoe, A. i. 137. 

Lystra, inscriptions of, see Khatun Se- 
rai; identified, I. iii. 142. 

Lyttos, identified, A. ii. 44. 

Ma (goddess), I. ii. 233. 

Macaw, on Indian pottery, A. v. 83. 

Mcintosh's ranch, cave dwellings near ; 
objects found in, A. v. 46. 

McMurtry, W. J., a student at the 
American School, G. v-vi. 13, vii. 26 ; 
superintends excavations at Sicyon, 
v-vi. 16; paper on the site of the 
Pnyx, vii. 32 ; Theatre at Sicyon, v- 
vi. 17. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Steirett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M, = Bull, of InsL N. = Gargara, Lampouia. 



56 



INDEX. 



McPherson, W. J., services to Ameri- 
can School, G. vii. 21. 

McPherson & Co., services to Bande- 
lier acknowledged, B. i. 40. 

McRae, J. D., on Indian sign-language, 
B. i. 93-94, «. ; services to Bandelier, 
103-104. 

Madisonville Literary and Scientific 
Society, explores remains in the Lit- 
tle Miami valley, A. x. 98. 

Magharas, mount, I. iii. 13. 

Magna Graacia, a field for archaeology, 
A. vii. 40-42 ; Expedition to, viii. 40- 
47 ; inscription on vase from, I. iv. 
200. 

Magnes, works of, G. vii. 80-81. 

Maguey, uses of, B. ii. 38 ; Indian uses 
of, 217-218. 

Mahomet II. and the Gattilusii, C. i. 
76-77. 

Mairamliik; ruins at, I. iii. 6; inscrip- 
tion at, 7. 

Makuf (Heraclea), identified, K. 4; 
inscription at, 4-5 (see also Hera- 
clea). 

Inscriptions : Ti'tou SraTiX/ou Mtj- 
TKix"", I- "• 17-18; 'Upui/iSa, 18-19; 
"AttoA.oi', 20-2 1 ; Xapfj.i5ov MevtiSpou, 
21 ; two panels in the Kale, 22-23; 
Avp, 'ArypLiririyris, 23-24; M^KiTtvris, 
24 ; NeiKi'ou, 24-25, 323 ; NefjcTji/, 25 j 
FAiS/cftjyo, 25-26. 

Malatia, K. 38, 1, ii. 300. 

Malinche, mount, B. ii. 30-31 ; name, 

34- 

Mallery, linguistic work of, A. ix. 56. 

Managha, inscriptions at, E. 11-12, 1, ii. 
178-180. 

Mandans, houses of (with cuts), A. i. 
30, 35-40 ; religious rites of, 36 ; scaf- 
fold (with cut), 40 ; village (with cut), 
36-37, 40. 

Mandrocles, bridges built by, A. i. io5; 
his bridge over the Bosporus, 122. 



Mangos river, stone lintel in cliff 
house on, A. i. 62 «. 

Mansos or Mild Indians, houses and 
organization of, A. v. 50. 

Manuscripts, cause of numerical er- 
rors in, N. 8. 

Mapa de Cuauhtlantzinco, B. ii. 123 n. 

Maps : jEolic Mysia and Lesbos, C. i. 
48; Bandelier's routes in New Mex- 
ico and Arizona in 1883, A. v. 55 ; 
New Mexico; vicinity of Santa Fe, 
B. i. frontispiece . 

Mara, road to, I. iii. 3-6 ; described, 5- 
6 ; inscription at, 6. 

Mara Tchai, source, I. iii. 6; course, 
7 ; caiion of, 7-8 ; villages on, 4, 8. 

Marash, Hittite remains at, L. 9 ; mis- 
sionaries at, 9-10. 

Marchand, H. G., chosen chairman of 
a committee on American School, G. 
v-vi. 27. 

Marcos de Nizza, Fray, tradition of, 
among the Zuiii, A. v. 40; at Kia- 
Kima, x. 107. 

Mardin, L. 13. 

Marguia, Estadistica, B. ii. 274 n. 

Maricopas, A. v. 47-48. 

Marinus, C. i. 74. 

Marlborough House, meeting at, G. iv. 
20. 

Marmora, Sea of, temperature of, A. i. 
124. 

Marquand, H. G., services to the Amer- 
ican School, A. ji. 38. 

Marriage customs and life of Mexican 
Indians, B. ii. 132-138 ; marriage of a 
brother and sister mentioned in in- 
scription of Serpek, I. iii. 16-17. 

Martchan, I. ii. 306. 

Martha, Sacerdoces athlniens, I. i. 163. 

Marus, Sex. Caetranius, in inscription 
at Kavak, I. iii. 155. 

Mascames, C. i. 70. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft, 
E. = Froto-loQ. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G, = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



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unable to subscribe to American 
School, G. i-iii. 20, (A. v. 104). 

Mather, R. H., elected member of Man- 
aging Committee of American School, 
G. vii. 12. 

Mathews, work on the Navajos, A. ix. 
56. 

Matium, A. ii. 43. 

Matz, F., in Annali delt Instituto, on 
reliefs in theatre of Dionysus, I. i. 
138 seq. 

Maximianus (emperor), in inscription 
of Karayuk Bazar, I. ii. 34; same of 
Man Agha, 180 ; in inscriptions on 
milestones, 243, 256, 265, 267, 269, 
276, 279, 281, 284, 296; in inscription 
of Palaea Isaura, iii. no; same of 
Palmyra, 446. 

Maximinus (emperor), in inscriptions 
on milestones, I. ii. 245, 258, 270, 297, 
298 ; in inscription of Palsea Isaura, 
iii. no; same at Ilias, 420. 

Maximus, A. Verg., in inscription on 
milestone, I. ii. 283. 

Maximus, the Bishop of Assos, C. i. 74. 

Mayas, lintel construction used by, A. i. 
63 ; organization, 70 ; customs, 70- 
72 ; communism among them to- 
day, 72. 

Mazagueros, James de, expedition to 
Chiapas, A. i. 57. 

Medano, water-tanks at pueblos of, A. 
V. 36. 

Medea, A. i. 109; at Tomi, 113. 

Medicine-men among New Mexican 
Indians, M. i. 23-25. 

Mediterranean eastern shores, archaeo- 
logical exploration in, A. i. 21 ; grain 
supply of, 1 10. 

Megara, inscription of, I. iv. 188. 

Mehemet Bei Kieui, inscriptions at, K. 
23, 1, ii. 254-256. 

Mehmet Effendi, the Turkish commis- 
sioner at Assos excavations, C. i. 44. 



Mehre, inscriptions at, I. iii. 136-137 ; 

sarcophagus lids at, 137. 
Meister, Griechische Dialckte, I i. 6 n., 

23 «■. 73 «• 

Mela, De situ orbis^ on Thoricus, I. iv. 3. 

Melite of Athens, identified, I. iv. zio. 

Melitene, I. ii. 301 ; the centre of meas- 
urements for Roman milestones, K. 
35, I. ii. 290; Roman road to, I. ii. 
298-299. 

Meljinas, C. i. 27. 

Melogobi, K. 17. 

Melos, Colonna Nania from, D. 9 n. 

Memnon, treachery of, C. i. T2.-Ti' 

Mendereh river, C. i. 147-148, iSl- 
182; course of, 164-165 ; floods and 
droughts of, 165 ; geology of gorge 
on, 186; source, 188; geology of its 
plain, 195. 

Mendista, Historia ecclesiastical B. ii. 
187 n. 

Mendoza, Geronimo de, see Capixlahu- 
atzin. 

Mendoza, Gumesindo, Idolo Azteca de 
Tlpo ChlnOy B. ii. 29. 

Menecrates, wife of, an Icarian, G. vii. 
92. 

Merki, inscription at, I. ii. 291. 

Mermnadae, dynasty of, C. i. 68. 

Merriam, A. C, to continue excava- 
tions at Sicyon, G. v-vi. 17 ; elected 
a member of Managing Committee 
of American School, G. v-vi. 20 ; 
appointed Director of School, 23, 
24; opens School (1SS7), vii. 7; 
leaves Athens, 11 ; work as Direc- 
tor (1887-88), 39-45; elected chair- 
man of Committee on Publications, 
20 ; lecture on discoveries at Epi- 
dauros, A. viii. 37, 38 ; letter on ex- 
cavations at Icaria, In ix. 45-49 ; 
letter to Sterrett on inscriptions of 
Palaea Isaura, In I. iii. 428 ; Report as 
Director of School, in G. vii. 39-98. 



H. = Bull, of School I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



58 



INDEX. 



Mesa Jumana, villages abandoned in, 
A. V. 89. 

Mesembria, origin of, A. i. 116. 

Mesopotamia, L. 18-20 ; mud roofs in, 
A. i. 131 ; Assyrian sculpture in, see 
Assyrian Sculpture. 

Mesopotamian Sculpture, C. i. 113. 

Metapontum, excavated by Italian gov- 
ernment, A. viii. 41 ; inscription of, 
I. iv. 199. 

Metates, A. v. 75, B. ii. 12 n. ; manufac- 
ture and shape of, B. ii. 97-9S. 

Meter (measure), compared with Eng- 
lish foot, C. i. 98. 

Methymna, A. i. 156, C. i. 65. 

Meton, sun-dial of, in the Pnyx, I. iv. 
214. 

Metz and Putnam, explorations in the 
Little Miami valley, A. x. 98-100. 

Mexican archaeology, Bandelier's Re- 
port of an archcEological tour in Mex- 
ico in 1881, B. ii. 

architecture, origin of, A. v. 87 ; 

principle of construction of roofs, B. 
ii. 130-131. 

chronology, B ii. 76 n. 

cosmology, B. ii. 173-175, i8S> 



doors!, prior to the Conquest 

{■withfilate, figs. 4, 5, 6), B. ii. 96. 
■ gods, heroic origin of, B. ii. 18 



god of rain, A. iii. 29 ; tutelar gods, 
B. ii. 186-187 ; god Chiconauh Quia- 
huitl, 207-208; god Quetzalcohuatl, 
169-213, A. iii. 23-25 {see also Quetz- 
alcohuatl). 

idols, B. ii. 60-66 ; shape of, 74. 

medicine-men, B. ii- 205. 

mounds of worship, B. ii. 232- 

233 ; where built, 323. 

plow (with cut), B. ii. 95-96. 

• religion, alleged monotheism of. 



B. ii. 185-186, «. ; human sacrifice 
in, 198, 204, 205, 208, A. iii. 24, 25 ; 



self-torture, 204-205 ; theogony, 173- 

175- 

Mexican sacrificial stones, B. ii. 55-57. 

sculpture, B. ii. 77-78 ; origin of 

the cross in, 1S4-185. 

Mexico, Bandelier's Report of an archce- 
ological tour in, B. ii. ; region on road 
from Tampico to city of Mexico, 3- 
48 ; coast south of the Rio Panuco, 
8-9 ; political condition, previous to 
Spanish Conquest, 22-26; difficulties 
in determining chronology of, 76 «. ; 
climate of, 81-83 ! study of its his- 
tory, 90-91 ; distribution of volcanoes 
in, 100; sketch map of central por- 
tion oi, frontispiece ; Archivo general, 
160 n., 162 n. ; Concilios provinciales, 
•35 ** ; recent archaeological work 
in, A. X 108; present researches in 
(1888), ix 58; Indian houses in, see 
Indians, Mexican, houses of. 

(city), Bandelier's archaeologi 

cal notes about, in B. ii 49-78; dis- 
appearance of aboriginal architecture 
in, 50-51. 

Aboriginal sculptures : B. ii. 51-54 
et seq. ; Stone of the Sun (with plate), 
54-58 ; statue called Teoyaomiqui 
{yi'wV plate), 59-67; Sacrificial Stone 
(with/to^), 67-68; " Indio triste" 
(with //a/ir), 68-69; colossal head of 
a snake, 69-71 ; " cohuatepantli " 
(with cut), 70-72 ; Chac-mool, 73, 74 ; 
effigy of Ahuitzotl (Otter), 74, 75-76. 
National Museum, B. ii. 72-73 ; head 
of serpentine in same, 77. 

pueblo of, A. i. 46 ; Tecpan 

of, 65. 



valley of, B. ii. 45-48. 

Meyer, Gustav, Griechische Grammatik, 

I. i. 72 n. 
Mezcal, B. ii. 38. 
Michaud et Poujoulat, Correspondance 

cfOrient, A. i. 158. 



B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept of SchooL 



A. = Ann, rept. of Inst 

E. = Proto-Ion. cap. 



INDEX. 



59 



Michigan University, subscribes to 

American School, G. i-iii. ii, (A. iv. 

49- 
Midhyat, monasteries near, L. 13-14. 
Midia, A. i. 117. 

Mijes Indians, B. ii. 275; words of rela- 
tionship, 275 n. 
Milchhofer, finds Icarian inscription at 

Dionyso, G. vii. 53-54, A. ix. 46. 
Milestones, Roman, inscriptions on ; see 

Roman Milestones. 
Miletus, A. i. 11 5-1 16; colonies of, A. 

i. 115, N. 20-23 ; temple at, built, C. i. 

69 ; taken by Persians, N. 23. 
Miller, D. J., service to Bandelier, B. i. 

26 n. ; Historical sketch of Santa Fi^ 

124. 
Miller, Walter, a student at American 

School, G. v-vi. 10; special study 

there, 11 ; superintends excavation 

of theatre of Thoricus, 12; Theatre 

of Thoricus^ in I. iv. I-IO. 
Milli, I. iii. 318. 
Mimbres, Rio, course of, A. v. 90-91 ; 

pueblos on, 91-94 ; overflow of, 92 ; 

valley of, 94. 
Minassos, identified, I. iii. 332. 
Minassun, I. iii. 332. 
Minnitares, lodges of, A. i. 30, 35-36; 

religious rites; origin of, 36; modern 

village of, 40-41. 
Mirabello, province, ruins in, A. ii. 43- 

47- 
Mision de los Jumanos, founded at Qui- 

vira, A. v. 36. 
Missirli, inscription at, I. iii. 225-226- 
Mississippi River, mounds east of, A. 

i- 56. 
Missouri University, co-operates in 

American School, G. v-vi. 20, 21. 
Misthia, identified, I. iii. 192, K. 13. 
Mithridates, in Pergamon, C. i. 74. 
Mitla, Bandelier's excursion to, B. ii. 

263-326 ; history and description of, 



277-278; modern looms used at, 278 ; 
old church on plaza of, 291 ; ruins 
called Ly6-baa described (with/tocj), 
277-3°8, A. iii. 31-33, vi. 37-38 ; ob- 
jects found in same, B. ii. 307-308, 
•vi\\!^ plate (fig. 5), 300; earliest men- 
tion of same, 323-324 ; purpose of 
same, 323-325 ; neighboring ruins, 
309 seq.\ ruins on the Fuerte or Jio, see 
Jio ; ruins at Monte Alban, see Monte 
Alban ; ruins at Xaga, see Xaga. 

Mitla basin, B. ii. 276. 

Mixteco words of relationship, B. ii. 
266 n. 

Molina, Vocabulario, B. ii. 184 n. 

Mommsen, Aug., in Ephemeris epigra- 
phica, I. i. 62, 115, ii. 242 ; Heortologie^ 
i. 158, 163, 165, 167-168, 169, 170. 

Monte Alban, ruins of, B. ii. 317-323, 
with //a* (figs. 13, 14), 309. 

Monte Leone, ancient walls on, A. i. 15, 
i5; Stillman's essay on (with map), 
in 81-90; cemeteries on, 87-88. 

Montezuma, "palace" of, A. i. 47-48; 
tradition of, M. i. 25, B. i. 111-112, ii. 
266, A. V. 49. 

Montius, Caelius, named in inscription 
of Assos, I. i. 60; murder of, 60- 
61. 

Mooney, James, in American anthro- 
pologist, on mounds of the Cherokees, 
A. X. 99-100. 

Moquis Indians, houses of (with/&fr), 
A. i. 51-52; material of their man- 
tles, V. 96; country of, B. i. 15, r6. 

Morgan, L. H., Study of the houses of 
the American aborigines, in A. i. 27— 
80; same, 14; same summarized, vi. 
31-32 ; on American archaeology, 30- 
31 ; Ancient society, B. ii. 46 «. ; League 
of the Iroquois, 32 «. ; Seven cities of 
Cibola, i. 11 n. 

Morris (game), traces of, at Assos, C. 
i. 31. 



H, = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



6o 



INDEX. 



" Morro " or Inscription Rock, inscrip- 
tions found at, A. x. io8. 

Mota Padilla, Matias de la, Historia de 
'la conquista de la pravincia de la 
Nueva-Galicia, B. ii. 183 «. 

Motoliina, Toribio de Paredes, Historia 
de las Indies de la Nueva Espaha, B. 
ii. 7 K., 37 «., 38 n., 41 n., 43 n., 86 «., 
87 «., 217 »., 232-233, 243; Libro de 
oro y tesoro indico, B. ii. 84 «., 169 ?z., 
195 K., 201 n. 

Moulki, inscriptions found at, 6. vii. 
47, A. ix. 46. 

Mound Builders, communism among, A. 
i. 56 ; earth works, purpose of, 52- 
56, V. 72-73; ethnology of, x. 103; 
houses of, i. 55, 56 ; knowledge of 
the smelting of iron, x. 99; plants 
and animals known to, 104-105; suc- 
cessors of, i. 36; villages of, 53, 54, 
74 «. 

Mounds of worship, where built, B. ii. 

323- 
Mud roofs, where found, A. i. 131. 
Mugheir (Ur of the Chaldees), L. 22. 
Miiller, on site of Icaria, G. vii. 49. 
Miiller, A., Griechischen BUhneitalter- 

thiimer, I. iv. 27. 
Munafer, I. ii. 186. 
Munatius Pollio, Q., in inscription of 

Antiochia (Pis.), I. ii. 161. 
Munn, Thomas, services to Bandelier, 

B. i. 99 ; on Indian graves at Pecos, 

100. 
Muses, worship of, at Athens, I. i. 

170. 
Mussalar, inscription at, I. ii. 115. 
Mustafa Pasha, house of, I. iii. 52. 
Mut, country around, I. iii. 8 ; ruins 

near, 9; inscriptions ; IlepTti/aKos, 8; 

'AvTuveivov, 9 ; Aioa-KovpiSriSt 9-10 ; 

four anonymous inscriptions, 10-12. 
Mykenai, antiquities from, A. x. 67 ; 

ruins at, i. 68 ; date of walls at, 68- 



69 ; relief above Gate of the Lions, 

C. i. 113. 
Mylasa, coins of, C. i. 113. 
Myrina, excavations at, A. x. 59-60; 

terra-cottas from, ix. 44, 
Mysians, in the Troad, C. i. 59. 
Myths about historical persons, growth 

of, B. i. 112; formed from observed 

facts, ii. 201-202, «. 
Mytilene at time of Mithridatic wars, 

C. i. 74. 
Mytilene, island. Admiralty Chart of, 

C. i 9. 

Nagara Burun, A. i. 124. 

Nahuatl Indians, physique of, B. ii. 117- 
119; idioms of, 119-120; migration 
of, 200-203 '• ^^^ °f ''^^ number nine, 
214; mode of computing time, 273. 

Nahuitls, settlement of Cholula, A. 
iii. 25. 

Nakbu (Assyrian word), meaning, F. 
19 «. 

Namusa, inscriptions at, I. iii. 139-141 ; 
ruins; ancient condition of, 141. 

Narvaez, Pamfilo de, expedition into 
Florida, B. i. 6-7. 

Nauhcampatepetl, mount, B. ii. 15, 16. 

Nauhtla pueblo, B. ii. 14-15. 

Naukratis, archaeological discoveries at, 
A. X. 64. 

Nausiclides, on the shores of the Hel- 
lespont, C. i. I 5. 

Navajos, origin and relationship of, A. 
V. 79. 

Naxos, inscription of, I. iv. 183. 

Neandreia, identified, E 29-34, N. 4 n., 
C. i. 146 ; ancient notices of, E. 29- 
34; taken by Greeks in Trojan war, 
31 ; tribute to Athens, 35, N. 28 «. ; 
population removed; successive oc- 
cupations of, E. 35 ; coins of, 34 ; 
leaved kyma found at, 4 ; proto-Ionic 
capital from site of, Clarke's essay,E.; 



A, = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C, = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



6l 



same described and restored (with 
cuts), E. 3-9, 19; ruins of, 3. 

Neapoli (Mirabello), tablet found at; 
walls at, A. ii. 44. 

Nefezkieui, inscription near, K. 43 ; 
coins found at; soil, 44. 

Nephele, legend of, C. i. 107. 

Nero (emperor), in inscription of Ki- 
osk, I. ii. V. 

Nerva (emperor), in inscription of 
Tralleis, I. i. 114; same of Boyiik 
Nefezkieui, ii. 309. 

Nevshehir, I. ii. 306. 

New Jersey, College of, subscribes to 
American School, G. i-iii. g, (A. iii. 55) . 

New Mexico, Bandelier's Report on his 
investigations in, during 1882, in M. 
i. 13-33; same for 1883-84, z« A. v. 
55-98 ; map of Bandelier's routes in, 
55; condition in 1540, B. i. 24; pub- 
lic archives of, destroyed, 118-119; 
religious life since 1628, 120; Span- 
ish incursions, 115-117; rebellion of 
1680, 121-124; how affected by in- 
troduction of railroads, A. iv. 20-21 ; 
a field for archaeology, B. i. 28-29, A. 
i. 20; difficulties of archaeology in, A. 
V. 88 ; bibliography of, in i. 77-80 ; 
cliff houses and cave dwellings in, ii. 
22 ; ethnography of, B. i. 27-28 ; geo- 
logical formation of, 32 ; grain pro- 
ducts, 82 n. ; Indians of, see Indians, 
New Mexican ; map of, frontispiece, 
with description, 27-28 ; pueblos of, 
see Pueblos, New Mexican; Anony- 
mous report on, 122 n. 

New York City, Address on American 
School issued at, A. iv. 32 ; same, 
'" 37-38 ; Metropolitan Museum of 
Art, enlarged, vii. 42, ix. 44 ; collec- 
tion of terra-cotta toy horses in same, 
M. i. 38 «. ; terra-cotta centaur from 
Cyprus in same, Ludlow's essay on 
(with plate and cut), in 35-40; pub- 



lic dinner for benefit of American 
School given at, A. viii. 39. 

New York University subscribes to 
American School, G. i-iii. 9, (A. iii. 
55) ; co-operates in same, G. v-vi. 20 ; 
contributes )iSi,ooo to same, 21. 

Nez Perces, houses of, A. i. 41, 42. 

Nicerus, T. Histius, in inscription at 
Kavak, I. iii. 155. 

Nicolaos Damaskenos, on Julia and 
the Ilians, I. i. 43 n. 

Nicostratus, in inscription of Icaria; 
identified, G. vii. 77, 78. 

Niel, J. A., Apuntamientos, etc., B. i. 20. 

Niffer, F. 5, L. 20. 

Nigrinus, C. P. P., in inscription of 
Assos, I. i. 51. 

Nike, statues of, A. x. 72-73. 

Nimroud, ivory carvings from palace 
of (with cut), E. 12-13. 

Nimrud, town, ruins at, L. 15; excava- 
tions at, 17-18. 

Nine, a sacred number among the Na- 
huatl, B. ii. 214. 

Nineveh, bulls of Sennacherib and of 
Sargon at, L. 1 5. 

Nizza, Marcos de, life and works of, B. 
i. 7 ». ; expedition of, 7-9. 

Nogales pueblo, abandoned, A. v. 88-89. 

Nonnus, Dionysiaca, on Icarius, G. vii. 
50 «. 

Norcross Brothers, gift to American 
School, G. v-vi. 36. 

Norman, Rambles in Yucatan, A. i. 59, 
60, 63. 

Norton, C. E., requested to furnish 
plans for American School buildinp, 
G. v-vi. 27 ; Memoir of Lewis R. 
Packard, in H. ii. 7-9 ; letter to Cab- 
ot, printed with Cabot's Letter con- 
cerning the work at Assos, etc. 

Norway, mud roofs in, A. i. 131. 

Noviodunum, A. i. 108 ; Darius's bridge 
at, 106-107. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K- = Sterrett's Prelim, repl. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped, M. = Bull, of Inst. M". = Gargara, Lamponia. 



62 



INDEX. 



Novius, C, in inscriptions of Antiochia 

(Pis.), I. ii. 130, 131. 132- 
Nuttall, Mrs. Zelia, work in American 

archaeology, A. x. 105. 
Nysa, inscriptions at, I. ii. 338-341. 

Oarus, river, Persian fortifications at, 

A. i. 107. 

Oaxaca (city), B. ii. 270-273. 
Oaxaca (state), archaeological impor- 
tance, A. iii. 34 ; Indian houses in, 

B. ii. 265 ; languages spoken in, 265- 
266 ; Indian ruins in, 266-268 ; lo- 
cal names in, 267-268 ; pueblos of, 
322. 

Oaxaca valley, B. ii. 269; granted to 
Cortes, 270. 

Obruk, lake at, I. ii. 227. 

Obrukli, lake at, K. 16. 

Odessa, source of its prominence, A. i. 
110. 

Odessos, identified and described, A. i. 
114-115. 

Odeum, architect of, A. i. 102 ; dam- 
aged by Sulla, I. i. 136. 

Odyssey, see Homer, Odyssey. 

Ofen, fortifications and subterranean 
passages at, A. i. 95. 

Old Fort Reno, buildings at, A. v. 46. 

Olivier, Voyage dans Pevipire ottoman, 
I'Egypte et la Perse, C. i. 7. 

Olla (Indian water-pot), A. v. 83. 

Olontion, excavation of, A. ii. 47. 

Olus, remains at, A. ii. 45-46; impor- 
tance of, 46. 

Olympia, ancient importance of, A. x. 
48; altar at, I. iv. 251-252; excava- 
tions at, A. A. 48-51, 56, H. i. 18-19. 

Inscriptions : AoKpis ; 5 Ilf\a(ry6s, 
I. iv. 172 «.; Kiviarxos ; EivoK\rjs ; 
®pa(rv/Adxov irotSes, 173 «. ; @pa(rv- 
fjLtixov, 184 ; Aaxedaifioviot, 189 ; *A0a- 
va^tvpov, 190 ; KdKtcv ; Aa/xd<r(Ttmros ; 
•nais 6 nWwi/os ; FaKeios ; Aai^fioyoi, 



194 ; TptuiAos ; KvvliTKa ; naTpoK\4os, 
195; Tlavrdpris, 200. 

Olympic games, instituted at Athens, I. 
i. 205. 

Olympichus, an Icarian, G. vii. 88. 

Olympieion at Athens, Bevier's essay 
on, 2« I. i. 181-212; date of comple- 
tion of, 151; name, 183-185, «.; re- 
mains of, 183-185 ; early notices of, 
185-189; identified, 189-191 ; inscrip- 
tion in, 190 ; temple formerly on its 
site, 191-192; erection of, 191-205; 
statue of Zeus in, 192, 209; cult of 
Hadrian in, 205-206 ; ownership of ; 
later history ; size, 206 ; columns, 
201-202, 206-207 ; statues of Hadri- 
an in, 209-210 ; other statues, 209- 
210, K. ; inscriptions on statues, in 
2I0-2II ; temenos of, 212. 

Olympus (in Bithynia), A. i. 123. 

Omahas, houses of, A. i. 35. 

Oiiate, Juan de, search for Quivira, B. 
i. 26 ; conquest of New Mexico, 116 ; 
Discurso de las jornadas, etc., 14 n., 
19 K. ; Ohediencia, etc., por los Indios 
de San Joan Baptista, 19 «., 27 ; Obe- 
diencia, etc., por los Ifidios del pueblo 
de Acdma, 14 n. 

Onesimus, M. Aur., in inscription of 
Tralleis, I. i. 114. 

Onondaga burned, A. i. 33-34. 

Onondagas, entertain Bartram and 
Weiser, A. i. 34; house of (with 
cuts), 34; " council-house," 34-35. 

Oracles, modes of consulting, I. iii. 314. 

Orchan, conquers the Troad, C. i. 76, 77. 

Ordekdji, astragalomantic inscription 
at, I. iii. 206-214. 

Orenkieui, I. iii. 4 ; inscriptions at, 5, 
215-216. 

Orestes, voyage to the Scythians, A. i. 
109. 

Oriental Antiquities, Ward's Notes 
on, P. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B- = Amer. papers. C- = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G- = Ann. rept. of School. 



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Orizaba, district, B. ii. 22 ; relief found 
in {cut), 26. 

Orizaba Indians, conquered by Valley 
Confederates, B. ii. 23-24, 25; lan- 
guage ; clothing of, 26-27 ; houses 
of, 30. 

Orizaba, mount (with plate), B. ii. 15, 
16 ; country around, 27-29. 

Orkenez, inscription at, I. ii. 180. 

Oroanda, or Misthia, identified, I. iii. 
192, K. 13. 

Oropus, theatre at, G. vii. 29. 

Orozco y Berra, Manuel, Cuauhxicalli 
de Tizoc, B. ii. 67; Geografia de las 
lenguas de Mexico, 4 n., 5 «., 10 11., 
20 n., 29. 

Orta Kara Viran, I. iii. 129; inscrip- 
tions at, 129-132. 

Ortakieui, inscription at, I. ii. 321. 

Ortakieui valley, K. 18. 

Orta Sorkun, I. iii. 136. 

Orvieto, vases and pottery from, A. ix. 

43- 
Osann, on site of Icaria, G. vii. 51-52. 
Osman, defeats Greeks ; takes Ycni- 

sheri, C. i. 76. 
Otomi, B. ii. 41. 
Ottomans, see Turks. 
Otumba, battle at, B. ii. 40-41. 
Ovid, at Tomi, A. i. 113-114; cited on 

waters of Black Sea, 112; Ars Am., 

N. 15. 
Oviedo y Valdes, G. F., Historia natur 

ral y general de las Yndias, B. ii., 6 n., 

II «., 37 n. 
Owl ( The), archseological supplement, 

A. A. 63. 

Pacatus, Valerius, in inscription at Ka- 
vak, I. iii. 156. 

Packard, L. R., elected a member of 
Managing Committee of American 
School, G. i-iii. 8, (A. iii. 54) ; ap- 
pointed member of sub-committee on 



publications of School, G. i-iii. 12, 
(A. iv. 50) ; appointed Director of 
School, G. i-iii. 12, (A. iv. 49) ; work 
as Director, H. ii. 11-12; illness of, 
H. ii. 3-4, 11-12, G. i-iii. 22, 23, (A v. 
106, 107) ; death of, G. iv. 5-6 ; char- 
acter, H. ii. 4; resolutions of Man- 
aging Committee on death of, in 3, 5 ; 
memoir of, in 7-9 ; Morality and re- 
ligion of the Greeks, 8-9. 

Psestum, remains at, C. i. 14. 

Paionios's statue of the Winged Victory, 
A X. 50 ; influence of same on neigh- 
boring sculpture, 72-73. 

Palaea Isaura, rock-cut tombs of; sar- 
cophagus ; coat of arms, I. iii. 106 ; 
stoa. III ; quarries of; gateway, 121 ; 
walls (with cut), 121-122; road to, 
122; water supply of, 151; inscrip- 
tions, see Zengibar Kalesi. 

Palaia Gargara, N. 3 ; see also Gargara. 

Palaiopolis, or Alieros, identified, I. ii. 
115. 

Palamedes, site of his shrine found, A. 
iv. 43. 

Palenque, explorations at, A. i. 74. 

Palenque pueblo, A. i. 75, 76. 

Paleologos, coat of arms of, A. i. 141. 

Palmyra, stoa of, I. iii. 440 ; stone with 
law of tolls at, L. 26; inscriptions: 
VioXriv, I. iii. 438-439 ; *\. t^ioyhr\^, 
439-440 ; %a.iiia.p(r^ &ai/j.y, 440-441 ; 
Satfj.i(ras, 441-442 ; 'IdSSaioy, 442 ; 
MaKpeivov, 443 ; ^d^eis, 443-444 ; 
'ASSovSdvT]v, 444; 'lovKios AiipriMos 
(two parts), 445 ; Diocletianus et 
Maximianus, 446. 

Pan, grotto of, at Athens, I. iv. 211; 
site of same, 238. 

Panagia Spiliotissa, grotto of, I. i. 146. 

Pandroseion at Athens, I. i. 229-230; 
situation of, 236. 

Pandrosos, I. i. 236. 

Pannonia, Roman road to, A. i. 95-96. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst N, = Gargara, Lamponia. 



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INDEX. 



Panuco, Rio, early visits to, B. ii. 5-6 ; 
tradition of, 7. 

Papagoes, A. v. 47-48. 

Papantla district, B. ii. 9, 10, 11. 

Pappadopoulos, G. G., hiyos ire pi 
IIvvkSs, I. iv. 250. 

Paredes, Toribio de, see Motolini'a. 

" Parian Marble," inscription on the, 
G. vii. 70, 72. 

Parkman, Francis, Jesuits in A'orth 
America in the ijth century, B. ii. 
32 K. 

Pasha Kieui, inscription near, I. i. 49. 

Paso del Norte, Indian tribes at, A. v. 
SO. 

Patricius (vicus), in inscription of Anti- 
ochia (Pis.), I. ii. 139, 143. 

Patronymics in -e/Stjs, in Greek versifi- 
cation, I. iv. 99-100. 

Paul (the apostle), visits Assos, C. i. 
74, A. iv. 41, 45. 

Paullinus, Ti, Claudius, in inscription 
of Antiochia (Pis.), I. ii. 148. 

Paulus, Valerius, in inscription at Ka- 
vak, I. iii. 156. 

Pausanias, on .lEschylus, I. i. 245 ; on 
cleft near Olympieion at Athens, 
191 ; on Dionysiac theatre, 126 n. ; 
on At6vv(Tos fji.e\7r6fi€vos, 166 «. ; de- 
scription- of the Erechtheion, in 231- 
235 ; on Olympieion at Athens, 191, 
208-211; on Prytaneum of Athens, 
142 u. ; on a statue of Zeus, 192 ; on 
temple of Hephaestus at Athens, 171 ; 
on temple of Troezen, D. 15; on 
Troezen, I. i. 164. 

Peabody Museum, Reports, III., A. 
X. 99. 

Peck, Annie S., a student at American 
.School, G. v-vi. 10; special study 
there, 11. 

Pecos pueblo, A. vi. 34 ; v. 32 ; identi- 
fied, M. i. 18 ; map of, B. i. frontis. ; 
Bandelier's essay on the pueblo and 



vicinity, in 37-133 ; ruined church 
at (with /toi'j), 41-45; same, burned, 
72 ; walls near (with plate and cut], 
44 ; plan of ruins, 45 ; with key, 88- 
91; "mesilla" (with //afe), 44-47, 
66, 87-88 ; present village at, 45-46; 
wall of circumvallation, 46-47, with 
plates, 45, 47 ; communal houses (with 
plates and tables of dimensions), 47- 
65, 66-85 ; objects found in same, 
63, 66, 81 ; neighboring buildings 
and stone chamber, 65-66, 84-S7, 
■vK'Ca. plate (fig. 5), 45; detached ru- 
ins, 65-66, -with plate (fig. 5), 45 ; pot- 
tery found, 66 ; ruins of chapel, 88 ; 
enclosure near " mesilla," 88-90 ; 
structures on the Arroyo de Pecos, 
90, with plate (fig. 5), 45 ; structures 
near church, 91-92, with //«fc, 45; 
Indian carvings, 92-94; remains on 
clay cliffs (with ctits), 94-99, 105-106 ; 
bell of church, 41-42, 99, loi ; " me- 
sa " (with cut), 37, 38, 100-103 ; 
spring at (with cut), 114; history of, 
104-125, 133 ; earliest written rec- 
ords of, 113; church sacked, 121- 
122; flasks of obsidian found at, 
129-130; arrow-heads, 129 k. ; pot- 
tery, 130-131 ; weapons, 131-133 ; 
wall of circumvallation, 131-132. 

Pecos Indians, sacred fire of, B. i. 82, 
125, 126; communism of, 89-90; 
winter quarters, 99, loi, I02 ; tradi- 
tions, 105 »., 111-112; history of, 
109-110, 117, 120-125, 132; title- 
deed of land granted to, 122-123 ! 
same, in 134-135 ; " Great Snake," 
125-126; manners and customs, 126- 
129. 

Pecos valley, B. i. 37-38, 39. 

Pedasos, identified, A. iv. 42-43, C. i. 
60-63 ; allusions to, in Homer and in 
Strabo, C. i. 60, 62-63 ; situation of, 
63- 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D, = Dor. shait. 
E, = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



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Peisistratos, reign of, I. i. 192-193 ; 
builds Olympieion at Athens, 193 
seq. 

Pelasgians, identified with Leleges, N. 
19; knowledge of the arts, A. i. 87; 
migration to Asia Minor, N. 19 ; 
settlement of, in Athens, I. iv. 244; 
work of, A. ii. 45 n. 

Pelasgicum, identified with the so-called 
Pnyx, I. iv. 237-239 ; used by the 
Peisistratidae, 238. 

Peloponnesus, products of, A. i. no. 

Penafiel, Antonio, linguistic work of, 
A. ix. 58. 

Pennsylvania University, subscribes to 
American School, G. i-iii. 20, (A. v. 
104) ; withdraws from co-operation in 
same, H. ii. 19-20, G. iv. 17 ; again 
co-operates, G. v-vi. 21, 22; students 
act Acharnians, 21. 

Penrose, F. C, services to the Insti- 
tute, A. vii. 34 ; draws plans for Brit- 
ish School at Athens, G. iv 21. 

Pentameters in Greek inscriptions, I. 
iv. 41-43, 46-47, 63-65. 

Pepper, William, elected a member of 
Managing Committee of American 
School, G. v-vi. 20. 

Pergamon, identified, C. i. 43; excava- 
tions at, A. X. 51-52 ; altar of Zeus 
at, 52-55 ; revival of art in, 52-53 ; 
value of its sculptures ; restorations 
of its temple and altar of Zeus, 55 ; 
patron of temple, C. i. 104-105. 

Pergamos of Priam, identified, C. i. 
149. 

Perrot, on Texier's Description de VAsie 
Mineure, C. i. II n. 

Perrot et Chipiez, Histoire de I'art dans 
rantiqiiM, E 1 5 k. 

Perseus (king), at Samothrace, A. i. 

138-139- 
Persia, governors on the Hellespont 
expelled by Greeks, C. i. 70 ; mud 



roofs in, A. i. 131 ; proposed Berlin 
Expedition to, ix. 41. 

Persian architecture, Doric base in, D. 
17-18 n. 

expedition against the Scythi- 
ans, A. i. 107. 

Persians, invasion of Greece under Da- 
rius, A. i. 105-106. 

Peru, a field for archasology, A. ix. 58. 

Perugia, Etruscan reliefs at, C. i. 121. 

Peter Martyr, De nouo orbe, B. ii. 62, 
170. 

Peters, J. P., given charge of Babyloni- 
an Expedition from Philadelphia, A. 
ix. 42, 6i ; letter on Clarke's final 
Report on Assos, x. 36. 

Petersen, Prof., at Girme (Cremna), I. 
iii. 320. 

Petrake monastery, gift to American 
School, G. v-vi. 31. 

Peutinger Table, N. 7-8, 1, ii. 311. 

Phaedyntes, functions of, I. i. 205. 

Phalerum bay, temperature of, A. i. 124. 

Pharsalus, inscription of, I. iv. 198. 

Pheras, inscriptions of, I. iv. 198-199. 

Philetserus, an Icarian, G, vii. 82. 

Philetasrus, Q. L., a priest of Assos, L 
i. 38 ; named in inscriptions of As- 
sos, 36, 40, 41, 44. 

Philippos (king of Macedon), in in- 
scription of Epidaurus, I. iv. 192-193. 

Philippus (emperor), in inscriptions on 
milestones, I. ii. 255, 257, 259, 271,. 
275, 280, 296. 

Philippus, C. Jul., high priest of Asia, 
I. i. 103 ; date of, loi ; offices heldi 
by, 103; named in inscriptions of 
Tralleis, 100, 102, ii. 325-326 ; in. 
Greek inscription, i. 103. 

Philippus, Julius, in inscription of Tral- 
leis, I. ii. 325-326. 

Philochorus, on the Pandroseion, I. i. 
229. 

Philocles, an Icarian, G. vii. 87. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelira. rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 

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INDEX. 



Philomelium, inscription at; reins at, 

I. ii. 165. 
Philostratus, Vit. Apoll. Tyan., cm 

Greek theatre, I. i. 144 n. ; Vit. Soph., 

■95. 203- 

Phoenician capital at Trapeza (with 
cut), E. 17-18. 

empaistic art, C. i. 63, 1 20 ; in- 
fluence on Greek art, 120-121. 

Phoenicians, colonies of; in Miletus, 
A. i. 115 ; perhaps settle Assos, C. i. 
58-59 ; cities of, tribute to Assur- 
nazir-pal, ,65; pilots on the Black 
Sea, 121. 

Pholos, legend of, C. i. 107. 

Photius, j.u. 'OA.u/iir<o, I. i. 183 n. 

Phottion, services to Assos Expedition, 
C. i. 18, 19. 

Phrasitelides, an Icarian, G. vii. 82. 

Phrixus and Helle (cut), A. i. 126. 

Phrygia, at time of Persian empire, C. 
i. 69. 

Pimas, A. v. 47-48 ; houses of, 72 ; tradi- 
tions of, 8o-8i ; decline of, 81 ; ethno- 
logical relations, 81-83; migrations 
of, 84, 85 ; culture of, ix. 57. 

Pimentel, Francisco, Cuadro descriptivo 
de las lenguas indigenas de Mexico, B. 
ii. 4, 5 n. 

Pinches, in Trans. Soc. Bibl. Archceol., 
translations of Babylonian hymns, F. 
15-16. 

Pionia, N. 29-31 ; coins of, 31. 

Pionis, miracle at his sacrifice, K. 30, 
31 «. 

Pirates in the iEgean, N. 4 ; vessel cap- 
tured from, 4 n. 

Piros, abode and origin of, A. v. 50; 
dispersed, B. i. 24 n. ; migrations of, 

A- V. 34-35- 
Pisicrates, an Icarian, G. vii. 86. 
Pisidia, Kiepert's map, in caver of \. iii. 
Pisidian ethnics, list of, in I. iii. 27 1- 

273- 



Pissa, inscriptions at, I. iii. 399-400. 

Pizarro y Orellana, Fernando, Vara- 
nes ilustres del Nuevo-Mundo, B. ii. 
165 «. 

Placitas, mountains, B. i. 39 n. 

Platseae, inscriptions of, I. iv. 169 «. 

Plato, on the connection of beauty and 
goodness, A. y. 28; Critias, on the 
Pnyx, I. iv. 20g ; Laros, C. i. 64, A. ii 
33 n. ; Phccdon, C. i. 108 ; Phadr., on 
the Olympieion at Athens, I. i. 197 ; 
Republic, on the Pnyx, iv. 215. 

Pliny, on the Olympieion at Athens, I. 
i. 195, 197 ; on Samothrace, A. i. 130 ; 
on temple of Ephesus, E. 9 «. ; on 
the Umbro (Ombrone), A. i. 89-90 ; 
Hist, not., on Scamandria, I. i. 64 ; 
same, on effect of vinegar on rock, 
iv. 229 n. 

Plutarch, on the works of the Atheni- 
ans, A. V. 29 ; Anton., on Eumenes, 
I. i. 126 K. ; Aristides, on the battle of 
Salamis, 243-244, 248 n. ; Camillus, 
on the battle of Salamis, 242 n. ; De 
DiBdal. Plat., on statue of Athena, 
230 n. ; De glor. Athen., on the battle 
of Salamis, 242 n.; Nicias, on the 
Pnyx, iv. 213 ; Solon, G. vii. 95 ; 
same, on Olympieion at Athens, I. i. 
202 ; Themistocles, on Heracleum, 
256 ; same, on the battle of Salamis, 
248 «.; same, on the Pnyx, iv. 215, 
253-254; Theseus, on battle of Ama- 
zons and Athenians, 258-259 ; same, 
on the Pnyx, 211 ; Vit. X. oratt., on 
Dionysiac theatre, i. 1 26 «. 

Pnyx, Crow's essay on, iti I. iv. 205- 
260 ; ancient notices of, 208-216, 239- 
240; described (with//afe), 214-232, 
239-240, 244-246, 253; pre-Pnyxian 
remains, 228-229, ^56; plateau near, 
230-231 ; identified, 231-232, G. vii. 
32^33 ; identifications by modern 
writers, I. iv. 235-260 ; bibliography 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class papers. D. = Dor. shaft 
E, = Proto-Ion. cap. F. ~ Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



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of, 233-235 ; Ittar's map of, 234 n. ; 
name, 235-236; location, 240, 246, 
247; tablets found in, 241, 255; age 
of Its walls, 242 n. 

Pococke, R., Description of the East, 
etc., E. 25. 

Polemon, I. i. 205. 

Pollux, on Doric stylobate, D. 18 n. , 
Onomasticon, on the Pnyx, I. iv. 209. 

Polybios, I. i. 24 n. ; on Olympieion at 
Athens, 199. 

Polycarp, date of his martyrdom, 1. 1. 
103. 

Polymedeion, identified, A iv. 43 ; site 
and ruins of, N. 5 n. 

Polytion, house of, I. i. 166. 

Pomar, Juan Bautista, Relacion de la 
ciudad de Tezcoco, B. ii. 127 «., 226- 
227. 

Pompeii, frescos of, A. i. loi. 

Pontic fish, A, i. no, in. 

Pontus, see Black Sea. 

Popoca-tepetl, B. ii. 35-36, 100-106, no, 
with plate, 102 ; eruptions of, 103- 
104; statues found on, 260-261. 

Popol Vuh, B. i. 5. 

Porphyry, De abstiiientia, G. vii. 73. 

Poseidon, cut from a vase, A. i. 93 ; al- 
tar and tokens of, in Erechtheion, I. 
i. 232, 233, 234. 

Posidonia, inscription of, I. iv. 200. 

Post, G. E., service to American Col- 
lege at Beirflt, A. ix. 43. 

Poujoulat, visit to Assos, C. i. 9. 

Powell, J. W., Contributions to North 
American ethnology, A. vi. 31, x. loi. 

Pozotitlan hill, B. ii. 260. 

Preller, on site of Icaria, G. vii. 51. 

Princeton College, promised a collec- 
tion of Egyptian antiquities, A. ix. 44. 

Prion, mount, site of, I. ii. 305. 

Priscos Panetes, on Satornilos, I. i. 63. 

Probus (emperor), in inscription of Co- 
cussus, I. ii. 235. 



Proculus, Gn. Acerronius, in inscription 
of Assos, I. i. 51. 

Prokesch von Osten, on metope from 
temple of Assos, C. i. 34; on "gym- 
nasium " of Assos, 39 ; Denkiuiirdig- 
keiten und Erinnerungen aus dem 
Orient, C. i. 9, A. i. 158. 

Propontis, legendary origin of, A. i. 
130. 

Protocles, an Icarian, 6. vii. 83. 

Psalms, F 15. 

Psammetichus, dealings with the Scy- 
thians, A. i. 112. 

Ptolemy, Geography, on Gargara, N. 9. 

Ptolemy Keraunos, murders children of 
Arsinoe, A. i. 138. 

Ptolemy Physcon, flight of, A. i. 138. 

Puebla (city), history of, B. ii. 85-87, 
88-90. 

Puebla (state), B. ii. 79-84. 

Pueblo, El, ruin at, B. i. 100 n. 

Pueblo Indians, see Indians, 

Pueblos, varieties and distribution of, 
S. i. 28-29, A. i. 74; classes of, B. ii. 
322 ; forms of, A. v. 36-37 ; origin 
and growth of, 42 ; limits of, 59. In- 
dividual pueblos are under their names. 

of Arizona, pottery in, A. v. 

82-83. 



of Central America, A. i. 56-57, 

60-62, 70 ; compared with those of 
New IMexico, B. i. 77-78 ; mistaken 
views concerning, A. i. 73-76. 

■ of New Mexico, A. i. 46-52, 60, 



62, 66, 74, V. 89-96, B. i. 28 ; distribu- 
tion of, A. V. 32-33, B. i. 109 ; succes- 
sive occupation of, B. ii. \z n. 
of New Mexico and Arizona, 



communal houses, A. v. 56-62 ; " fam- 
ily dwellings," 60-63 > other types, 
62-73 ; common features, 73-78 ; ob- 
jects found in, 75-76; distribution of, 
78, 86-87 ; capacity, 86. 
of Yucatan, A. i. 47, 49, 52, 56- 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers ol School. K. = Steirett's Prelim, rept L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



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INDEX. 



62, 66, 70 ; mistaken views concern- 
ing, 73-76. 

Pulat, inscription at, I. ii. 300. 

PuUan, R. P., on ancient walls on 
Monte Leone, A. i. 15, 16, 85; ser- 
vice to Stiilman, 89 ; Principal ruins 
of Asia Minor, 159, C. i. 12. 

Pulque, name and composition of, B. ii. 
36-38 ; preparation of, 217. 

Pufiardjik, I. iii. 124. 

Pupienus Maximus (emperor), in in- 
scriptions on milestones, I. ii. 243, 
266, 274. 

Pupillia Satumina, in inscription of 
Antiochia (Pis.), I ii. 133. 

Putnam, F. W. (editor). Report of the 
U. S. geological survey west of the 
lOQth meridian. Vol. VII., A. x. 97. 

Pylades, voyage to the Scythians, A. i. 
109. 

Pyramids of Teotihuacan, name, B. ii. 
42-43 ; date of, 42 «., 44. 

Pyrgos, archaeological importance of, 
N. 7«. 

Pyrgos tower, legend of, A. i. 141-142. 

Pyrrha, cape, identified, N. 7 n, 

Qaterga-bournou, name, N. 6-7, «. 

Qojekia, mount, N. 27 ; ruins of Lampo- 
nia on, 28. 

Qozlou, N. 15. 

Qozlou Dagh, N. lo-ii, 14. 

Querechos Indians, B. i. 26, 27. 

Queres Indians of Cochiti, home life 
of, A. ii. 19-20 ; religion, 22. 

Quetzalcohuatl, A. iii. 23-25 ; cult of, 
B ii. 205-207 ; a god of traders, 209- 
213; treasures of, 214-215. 

Quinn, Daniel, applies for membership 
in American School, H. ii. 17 ; a stu- 
dent there, G. vii. 8 ; special study 
there, 43. 

Quirix, identified, B i. 23. 

Quivira, see Gran Quivira. 



Raman (god), F. vii. lo-ll. 

Ramazan, fast of, C. i. 24-25. 

Ramsay, W. M., to visit Asia Minor, 6. 
i-iii. 17, (A. iv. 55) ; researches in 
Asia Minor in 1881-82, G. iv. 10 ; epi- 
graphical journey in Asia Minor with 
Sterrett, G. i-iii. 23, (A. v. 107), K. 
3-7, 1, i. 3, 94; expeditions in Phrygia, 
A. X. 62 ; on inscriptions of Gundani, 
I. iii. 226 ; of Palsea Isaura, 427 ; at 
Yalowadj-Salir ; at Yalowadja-Sofu- 
lar, 429 ; at Gokdjeli, 430 ; at Saghir, 
430-432 ; on Ee'»oi TfKiiipeiot, 432 ; on 
the Olympic festivals of Trallels, in 
i 102-104. 

Ramsin lake, see Raselm lake. 

Raoul-Rochette, D., Monuments inidits 
ifantiquitS, E. lo, I. iv. 237, 

Raselm lake, an ancient entrance to 
the Danube, A. i. 113. 

Rassam, Babylonian collections of, L. 

33- 

Ratisbon, history of, A. i. 94-95 ; an 
emporium of the India trade, iii. 

Rau, Charles, Palcnque Tablet; on Cen- 
tral American ruins, A. 1. 76 «.; 
Prehistoric fishing in Europe and 
North America, x. 102. 

Real ejecutoria de S. M sohre tierras y 
reiervas de Pechos y Paga, etc., B. ii. 
171 n. 

Redondo, meaning in old Spanish, B. 
ii. 243 n. 

Regiz, inscriptions at, I. ii. 170-171. 

Relacion particular de toda la pravitzcia 
del Santo Evangelio, B. ii. 88 n. 

Renier, on date of dedication of Olym- 
pieion at Athens, I. i. 204. 

Revelation, A. x. 53. 

Revue archSologique, inscription pub- 
lished in, I. iii. 277. 

Rhodes, commercial treaty with Rome, 
I i. 24 ; inscriptions of, I. iv. 185-186. 

Rhousopoulos, in 'Apx^'o^oT't^ 



A. — Ann rept. oflnst B, = Amer papers C. = Class, papers. D .= Dor. shaft 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School 



INDEX. 



69 



'E <!> 1) /i e p I s, on the Dionysiac thea- 
tre, I. i. 156, 158 n. 

Ribeira, Bernardino, surnamed Saha- 
gun, B ii. 36 n. ; see also Sahagun. 

Rice, A. T., correspondence with the 
Institute, A. ii. 23. 

Richter, O. F. von, Wallfahrten im 
Morgenlande, A. i. 143. 

Riddles, Greek, in inscriptions of Ico- 
nium, in I. ii. 219-220. 

Rio del Tizon, identified, B. i. 15 n. 

Rio Grande del Norte, course of, A. v. 
88 ; " the four villages '' on, identi- 
fied, B. i. 24; " potreros" on, ii. <)(in.; 
pueblos on, A. v. 89. 

Rio Grande Indians, revolt of, A. i. 
124; organization, 126-127. 

Rio Grande valley, A. v. 37, 90-91 ; de- 
struction of pueblos in, B. i. 123-124; 
successive Indian occupation of, log- 
in. 

Ritter, Klein-Asien, I. iii. 310-318. 

Robinson, Edward, a member of the 
Assos Expedition, A. ii. 29. 

Rochester University, invited to co- 
operate in American School, G. iv. i8. 

Rock, ancient modes of splitting, I. iv. 
227-230, n. 

Roehl, Inscriptiones Grtsctz aiitiquissimce, 
I. iv. 161-202 passim. 

Rojas, Gabriel de, Relacion de Chohdaj 
B. ii. 91 K., 112 n., 119 «., 120 «., 
122 K., 125 K., 135 n., 141 «., 162 n., 
167 «., 16S n., 179, 195 n., 205-208, 
212 n., 213, 215-216, 219-220, 228 n., 
243-244. 

Roma (goddess), worship of, I. i. 24- 
25, A. X. 82, 1, i. 163. 

Roman art, representations of buildings 
in, A. i. no. 

custom of erecting triumphal 

arches, A. i. 102. 

■ emperors, titles in inscriptions, 



I- i- 53- 



Roman merchants in provincial cities, 
1. i, 31, 52. 

mines in Dacia, A. i. 104-105. 

-^— milestones, inscriptions on, at 
Cocussus, I. ii. 240-254; same on 
road from Comana to Cocussus, 254- 
263 ; from Cocussus to Arabissus, 
264-291 ; from Arabissus to Meli- 
tene, 291-298; on road to Palmyra 
and near there, iii. 436-438, 446-448. 

piers, A. i. 99. 

road to Dacia and Pannonia, A. 



i. 95, 96 ; to Palaea Isaura, course of, 
I. iii. 1S7. 
Senate, admission of Greeks to, 



I. i. HI. 

settlements on the Danube, A. 

i. 93 seq. 

Rome, relation to ancient and modern 
Greek life, A. i. 93. 

Ross, Ludwig, Devien von Attica, G. vii. 
52-53, I. i. 167 ; Die Pnyx und das 
Pelasgikon in Athe^i, I. iv. 208 ;?., 241- 
242 ; in Neue Jahrb. f. Phil. u. Pad., 
on the Pnyx, 254. 

Ruiz, Augustin, killed, B. i. 20 n. 

Ruiz, iVtariano, on graves at Pecos, B. i. 
42 ; on " sacred fire " of Pecos In- 
dians, 82 ; on the gardens of Pecos, 
89, go ; on graves of Pecos Indians, 
97, 98; declines office of tending sa- 
cred fire of Pecos, 126; on water sup- 
ply of Pecos, 128. 

Rum Dughiln, inscription at, I. iii. 163. 

Rusellse, ruins of, A. i. 87. 

Russia, a market for Greek wines, A. i. 



Sacar-kyah, geology of district near, C. 

i. 185. 
Saghir, inscriptions : AvTOKpdropos, I. 

iii. 238, 430; AvTOKparSpaif, 239 ; 

AvTOKpaTOpOS, 239-240 ; U^fOt T€KfjL6- 

peiot, 241, 430 ; Ai/p. AovKts, n. r. \. 



H. = Bull, of School. I, = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M, = Ball, of lust. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



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INDEX. 



Saghir, inscriptions, continued. 

(names of subscribers of money), 241- 
246, 430; Aup. 'AtttSs, k. t. a. (the 
same), 247-252, 431 ; ... Aip. KaptKis, 
K. T. \. (the same), 253-255, 431; 
'AiroAAojvioTai' (the same), 256-261, 
431-432 ; Avp. kii^avav, 262-263 ; 
'AttoAou, 263-264 ; Aup. rdior..., 264; 
AlipTi\ia, 264-265 ; 'Ainre\aSrii'6s, 266, 
432; ZoJTiKoC..., 267-268 J ev 'AAyoui'i- 
ois, 268-269 ; Keuariavis, 269 ; 'Ayaflj 
Tuxp ; Airp. Taios ; 'ApreyiiiSi ; frag- 
ment, 270; list ot ethnics in its in- 
scriptions, 271-273. 

Sahagun, Bernardino de, name, B. ii. 
36 K. ; Historia general de las cosas 
de Nueva Espaha, 7 n., 147 »., 148 «., 
157 «., 172 «., 178-179, 191 «., 195 «■, 
243, 263 n. 

Sahib Pasha, collection of antiquities, 
K. 16. 

Saint Francis, monks of, B. i. 7. 

Saint Martha (bishop), on Yucatan in 
I539,A. i. 58. 

Saint Nicol6, objects found at, A. ii. 47. 

Saints, Byzantine, in inscriptions of So- 
ghanlii Dere, I. ii. 231. 

Salamis, view and map of (plates), I. 
i. 239, 240 ; battle of, Goodwin's es- 
say on, in 237-262 ; bibliography of 
battle, 239 //.; Egyptians in same, 253- 
254, n. ; Samothracians in same, A. i. 
134-135; inscription of, I. iv. iSi. 

Salir, inscriptions : ""Ava^ovpsav 6 Stj/ios, 
I. iii. 199 ; Btdfap, 200-201 ; M^yov- 
Spos, 201 ; M. 'Hovfjios 'Ova\epiav6s 
Map65S7is', 6 Suva hpsis', Bidvopos, 
202; WdpKos "Avvios MdpKeWos, 426; 
"Avva. ^lo6crT7]s, 426-427 ; '^Avva Eyrv- 
Xlov, 427. 

Sallust, manuscript on Isaura Nova, 
I. iii. 150. 

Salmydessus, identified ; inhabitants of, 
A. i. 117. 



Salomea pass, B. ii. 268. 

Salt water, supposed incapacity of 
freezing, A. i. 112. 

Salutaris (vicus), in inscription of An- 
tiochia (Pis.), I. ii. 142, 143. 

Samonian plain, C. i. 182. 

Samos, inscriptions of, I. iv. 184. 

Samothrace island, A. i. 127 se^. ; mys- 
teries held at, 127; name, 129; lack 
of harbor, 129-130 ; export of, 130; 
devastated, 130, 131-132 ; present 
condition, 131-132 ; conquered by 
Turks, 132; ancient town on (with 
cut), 132-134, 139; Cabirian myste- 
ries, 133-134 ; port of, 134 ; later 
town, 135-138 ; objects found in (with 
cut), 136; modern history of, 140- 
143 ; mediaeval castle and legend of 
the Pyrgos tower, 139-142; archaeo- 
logical investigation in, 143-144; hot 
springs, 144 ; ramparts, 149. 

Samothrace, mount, A. i. 127. 

San Andres Calpan pueblo, A. ii. 255- 
256 ; convent of, 255 «• 

San Andres Cholula pueblo, doorway 
in {plate), B. ii. 225; described, 
255. 

San Benito, burial relics found at, B. ii. 
223-224. 

Sandia, identified, M. i. 18. 

Sandia mountains, B. i. 39. 

San Diego, B. i. no. 

San Domingo (New Mexico), identi- 
fied, M. i. 18. 

San Filipe, identified, M. i. l8. 

Sanitas Company, gift to American 
School, G. v-vi. 36. 

San Jose, Rancho de, B. ii. 257. 

San Jose del Rancho Viejo, mounds at, 
B. ii. 92-93. 

San Juan region, a field for archaeology, 
A. vi. 30. 

San Juan Cuauhtlantzinco, see Cuauht- 
lantzinco. 



A, = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D, = Dor. shaft. 
£, = Froto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. Q. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX, 



71 



San Juan de los Cues pueblo, B. ii. 
266-267. 

San Juan Tepeyahualco, mounds of, B. 
ii. 257-258. 

San Miguel, district of, B. i. 37. 

San Nicolas, Junta de, B. ii. 133 «. 

San Pablo Huitzo, ruins above, B. ii. 
268-269. 

San Pablo Mitla, see Mitla. 

San Pedro Etla, B. ii. 269. 

Santa Ana, identified, M. i. 18. 

Santa Fe, map of country near, B. i. 
frontispiece, with key, 27-28 ; anni- 
versary celebration, A. iv. 21, vi. 34- 
35 ; adobe house in, B. i. 19 n. ; 
country around, 38-41 ; public ar- 
chives destroyed, 118-119. 

Santa Maria Coronanco pueblo, anti- 
quity of, B. ii. 161. 

Santa Rita, copper mines of, A. v. 97- 
98. 

Sapandjee-tepeh, geology of, C. i. 212. 

Saratow, breastworks near, A. i. 107. 

Sarcophagus, name, A. i. 154; Greek 
words for, I. i. 81. 

Sarcophagus stone, C. i. 171-175. 

Sardanapalus Bacchus, relief represent- 
ing, G. vii. 68. 

Sargon, stele sent to Cyprus by, C. 
i.65. 

Sari Kavak, I. iii. 8. 

Sari Ozii, I. iii. 189. 

Sarromaena, identified, I. ii. 305. 

Sarus, caiion of, K. 19. 

Sarzec, M. de, procures firman for Tel- 
loh, A. ix. 41. 

Satnioeis river, identified, C. i. 16, 164; 
course of, 51 ; Greek bridge on (with 
plate), 128-130, A. iii. 40; width of, 
C. i. 129-130; see also Touzla river. 

Sazak, inscription at, I. ii. III. 

Sazlee, geology of country near, C. i. 
2ir. 

Scamander river, identified, C. i. 16, 



147, 156, 163-165; see also M<5ndereh 
river. 

Scamandria, I. i. 64;. identified, C. i. 
181. 

Schliemann, H., visits Assos, A. i. 159, 
C. i. 14 ; excavations of, at Hissarlik, 
C. i. 144, 162 ; services to American 
School, H. i. 9 ; same to Assos Ex- 
pedition, C. i. 145 ; in Augsburger 
allgemeine Zeitung, on Chrysa, 62 n. ; 
Jlios, E. 26 «., C. i. 163 ; Troja, N. 10. 

Schomann, Griechische Alterthiimer, X, 
i. 154, 165. 

Schuyler, Eugene, services to American 
School, H. i. 7, 9-10, G. i-iii. 14, (A. 
iv. 52) ; service to Van Benschoten, 
G. iv. 22. 

Scioto river, villages of Mound Build- 
ers on, A. i. 53, 54. 

Scylax (Skylax), on Neandreia, E. 30- 

31- 

Scythians, invaded by Darius, A. i. 106- 
107; manner of drinking, no; in- 
vade Asia Minor and Egypt, 112 ; on 
the Black Sea, 112-113 ; how re- 
garded by the ancients, 112. 

Sebastopolis, identifiedj I. ii. 27, K. 6 ; 
inscriptions at, see Kizildje. 

Sedasos, identified, I. iii. 141. 

Seelye, W. J., a student at the Ameri- 
can School, G. v-vi. 13, vii. 26; Am- 
phiaraum at Oropus, v-vi. 15. 

Seidi Shehir, I. iii. 181. 

Seihdn (Sarus) river, canon of, I. ii. 

239- 
Seleucia Sidera, inscriptions of, see 

BaVyat. 
Seliori, wall at, A. i. 123. 
Selki, villages near, K. 15; products of 

its vicinity, I. iii. 192. 
Sellasia, inscription of, I. iv. 194. 
Selme, rock-cut dwellings at, £. 17, 1. 

ii. 229. 
Selymbria, identified, A. i. 123. 



H. = Bull. o£ School. I, = Papers of School. E. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. 1, = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. II. = Bull, of Inst. N, = Gargara, Lampooia. 



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INDEX. 



Semachus, visited by Dionysus, G. vii. 

62-63. 
Semper, G., Der stil in den technischen 

und tektonischen Kutisten, E. 12-13, 

D. 13-14, n. 
^Senecas, villages of, A. i. 31; "long 

houses " of (with cuts), 31-33 ; home 

life, 31, 32; communism among, 32, 

33- 
Senecu pueblo, B. i. 24 «. 
Senir, inscription at, I. iii. 414. 
Senir Ghent, inscriptions at, I. iii. 380- 

383- 

Sennacherib, expedition of, to Persian 
Gulf, C. i. 65. 

Septimius Severus (emperor), in in- 
scriptions of Hedje, I. ii. 109 ; same 
near Ilias, iii. 417 ; same of Konana, 
339 ; on milestones, ii. 264, 268, 277, 
278, 292, 293, iii. 447, 448 ; of Palaea 
Isaura, iii. 108 ; of Tchamkieui, ii. 

36. 

Seraglio point, legends connected with, 
A. i. 122. 

Serai, rock-cut dwellings at, I. iii. 15. 

Seraidjik, inscriptions at, I. iii. 40-44. 

Serenianus, Lie, in inscriptions on 
milestones, I. ii. 245, 25S, 297. 

Seringapatam, quarrying at, I. iv. 229 n. 

Serpek, sarcophagus at, I. iii. 15 ; in- 
scriptions at and near, 16-18. 

Sestos, A. i. 125 ; resists the Greeks, C. 
i. 70. 

" Seven Caves " (the), tale of, B. i. 3-4. 

"Seven Cities" (the), tale of, B. i. 4. 

Seven Cities of Cibola, see Cibola. 

Severus, Alexander (emperor), in in- 
scription of Ortakieui, I. ii. 321. 

Severus, Cusp. Flam., in inscriptions 
on milestones, I. ii. 243, 266, 274. 

Sevrek, L. 13. 

Seymour, T. D., elected a member of 
Managing Committee of American 
School, G. iv. 18 ; elected chairman 



of same, v-vi. 24; at American 
School, II. 

Shahr (Comana), I. ii. 233; inscrip- 
tions : ©eyuitTTOKAeo, 234 ; NiKr)(f i^pou 
©eSs, 234-235 ; M. Aup. np6$ov (em- 
peror), 235 ; *A. 'A<rmTiKi5s, 235-236; 
'A(r(cXT)irio5);, 236-237 ; 'Idiraiv, 238 ; 
Alip. "HSuTTOs, 238-239. 

Shaler, N. S., service to Assos Expedi- 
tion, C. i. 17, A. ii. 31. 

Shamash (god), representations of, F. 
18. 

Shatt-el-Nil (canal), I. 30. 

Shefket Bey, services to Assos Expedi- 
tion, C. i. 44. 

Ships of ancient commerce, A. i. 146. 

Shorey, Paul, Life, poems, and language 
of Theocritus, in preparation, G. i-iii. 
15, (A. iv. 53) ; same, prepared, G. i- 
iii. 25, (A. V. 109). 

Short, J. T., North Americans of an- 
tiguity, A. a. 97. 

Shoshonis, linguistic affinities of, A. ix. 

59- 
Sicyon, theatre at, excavated, G. v-vi. 

16-17, A. viii. 34-35. i''- 45-46, G. vii. 

9, 45-46 ; cost of excavations, G. v- 

vi. 25, vii. 10 ; statue at (cut), vii. 46. 
Sidivre, I. iii. 18 ; inscriptions at, 18-19. 
Sierra Mimbres ; family dwellings on, 

A. V. 90. 
Sigeion promontory, view from, C. i. 

157-158- 
Sigin island, name, A. i. 95. 
Sign language of Indians, A. i. 93-94 »- 
Sikyon, see Sicyon. 
Sille, inscription at, I. ii. 194-195. 
Silver City, ruins at, A. v. 98. 
Simpson, J. H., Coronado's march, B. i. 

25 ; Report, A. i. 46. 
Sinande Ovasii, I. iii. 97. 
Sindjerli Khan, inscription at, I. ii. 226. 
Sinope, the first Milesian colony on the 

Pontus, A. i. 115. 



= Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaf^. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F, = Orient, antiq. Q, = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



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Sippara, 1. 23. 

Sippara of Anunit, identified, L. 23-24, 
A. vii. 36 ; exploration at, L. 28. 

Sippara of Shamash, identified, L. 23. 

Sippara Stone, E. 15-16; column from 
(with cut), 15. 

Sirens, statues of, D. 12 n. 

Siristat, I. iii. 98 ; bas-relief at, 102 ; in- 
scriptions : Severi, 98 ; EyTrpeir^s, 98- 
99 ; BaA^iiios, 99 ; '\o\i\. Kpiairoi', 99- 
100; 'Akkktis ', Aoc'yetj'os, 100; KAe- 
ov€LKOv ; Ayp. 'Ofii(rtfj.os, loi ; ^axraos, 
IOI-102; 'OvTitTLfiov ; (TTpaTiciTTjs, 102. 

Skamandros, I. i. 64. 

Skylax, Periplous, on Neandreia, £. 

30-31- 
Sloane, W. L., elected a member of 

Managing Committee of American 

School, G. i-iii. 8, (A. iii. 54). 
Smith, Ancient atlas, on Constantini- 

ana, A. i. 113. 
Smith, A. H., accompanies Ramsay in 

Asia Minor, I. i. 3. 
Smith College, collection of casts at, 

A. X. 93. 
Smithsonian contributions to knowledge, 

Vol. XXII., A. X. 100. 
Smyrna, temple to Dea Roma in, I. i. 

24-25 ; coins of, 25 n. 
Sobagena, identified, I. ii. 305, K. 41. 
Socrates Scholasticus, Historia ecclesi- 

astica, on Satornilos, I. i. 63. 
Sogenes, an Icarian, G. vii. 85. 
Soghanli Deressi, rock-cut dwellings 

at, K. i8. 
SoghanlU Dere, I. ii. 230; rock-cut 

houses at, 230-231 ; chapels at, 231 ; 

inscriptions at, 231-232. 
Soghla Gol, variable states of, I. iii. 180. 
Soldiers' Memorial Fellowship at Yale, 

G. vii. 15-16. 
Soliman, occupies Troad, C. i. 75. 
Solon and Thespis, G. vii. 71-72. 
Sophocles, Antigone, G. vii. 96-97. 



Sorkundjak Dagh, I. iii, 277. 

Souidas, see Suidas. 

Sourmeles, Dionysios, on site of Icaria, 

G. vii. 53. 
Sparta, inscriptions of, I. iv. 193. 
Spartans, early customs of, H. i. 16. 
Spartianus, on Olympieion at Athens, 

I. i. 203. 
Sphinxes, in Greek art, C. i. 111-113; 

heraldic use of, A. iv. 44. 
Spon, on Olympieion at Athens, I. i. 

188. 
Spondees in Greek inscriptions, I. iv. 

58-63. 
Sporades islands, Greeks in, C. i. 69. 
Spratt, on Olus, A. ii. 44 ; on Pelasgic 

walls, 45. 
Squier and Davis, Ancient monuments 

of the Mississippi valley, A. i. 54. 
Stackelberg, O. M. von, Apollotempel 

zu Bassae, E. 10. 
Stadion, length of, A. x. 50. 
Stark, Report on the progress of classical 

archceology, A. x. 62. 
Statins, on site of Mons Icarius, G. vii. 

49 ; Thebaid, on Icarius ; Silvce, on 

Icarius, 50 n. 
Stephani, Erkldrting einiger vasenge- 

mdlde der Kaiserlichen Ermitage, C. i. 

108. 
Stephanos of Byzantion, Thesaurus, s. v. 

rdpyapa, N. 19 «. ; s. v. ^wn^-rijiKiov, 

I. i. 183 «. ; s. V. ffKoirXtacts, 109. 
Stephen, the negro, see Estevanico. 
Stephens, J. L., investigations in Cen- 
tral America and Yucatan, A. i. 73, 
.74; Incidents of travel in Yucatan, 

6l, 63, 64, 68-69, 72, 73-76. 
Sterrett, J. R. S., at Assos, G. i-iii. 17, 

(A. iv. 55) ; the Assistant Director at 

American School, G. i-iii. 22, 23, (A. 

v. 106, 107), H. ii. 11-12, G. iv. 11; 

assists students at the School, G. v- 

vi. 11; studies inscriptions of Assos, 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L.= Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



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INDEX. 



Sterrett, J. R. S., continued. - 
A. V. 23 ; the Secretary of the Ameri- 
can School, H. ii. 17, 20. 

Archaeological work of, G. iv. 10- 
13, vii. 19 ; correspondence with Mer- 
riam concerning two inscriptions of 
Palaea Isaura, I. iii. 427-428 ; corre- 
spondence with Ramsay concerning 
inscriptions at Saghir, 428-429; jour- 
neys to Asia Minor, A. vii. 37, ix. 36- 
37 ; same, proposed, G. i-iii. 17, (A. 
jv. 55) ; joins Wolfe Expedition to 
Babylonia, L. 9, G. iv. 12; left ill at 
Baghdad, L. i5; rejoins the expedi- 
tion at Hillah, 23 ; see also below. 

Epigraphical journey in Asia Mi- 
nor, in I. ii. ; same, 6. iv. 12-13, A. ix. 
36-37, X. 62, G. vii. 18 ; same, pre- 
pared, G. v-vi. 19 ; the journey pro- 
posed, i-iii. 23, (A. V. 107) ; expense 
of same, how defrayed, I. ii. v; jour- 
ney described, see K. ; adventure at 
Sara Hadji, I. ii. 301 ; adventure 
at Derinde, 302 ; number of inscrip- 
tions copied; number of photographs 
taken, K. 45. 

Inscriptions of Assos, in I. i. I-90 ; 
same, proposed, G. i-iii. 15, (A. iv. 
53), A. iv. 24-25 ; same, prepared, G. 
i-iii. 25, (A. V. 109) ; same, in press, 
A.V. 31. 

Inscriptions of Tralhis, in I. i. 91— 
117 ; addenda to same, in ii. 325-338. 

Preliminary report on journey in 
Asia Minor, G. iv. 11, H. ii. 23, in K. 
Wolfe Expedition to Asia Minor, in 
I. iii. ; same, G. vii. 18, 19; errata of 
same, in I. ii. 343-344 ; joins Ex- 
pedition, A. vii. 36; mishap at Ta- 
mashaliik, I. iii. 46; loses the road 
beyond Omar Oghlu, 51-52 ; delayed 
at Budjak Kishla, 84 ; loses his horse 
at Tchaush, 160 ; meets Austrian 
party of exploration at Sagalassus, 



320, 326; Inscriptions of Wolfe Ex- 
pedition to Babylonia, in 433-448. 

Stevenson, J., A. x. 106; in charge of 
expedition to New Mexican pueblos, 
ix. 55. 

Stillman, W. J., commissioned by the 
Institute, A. i. 16; Ancient walls on 
Monte Leone, in 81-90 ; investigations 
at Monte Leone, 83-90 j expedition 
to Crete, ii. 32-35, 49, a. 40; extracts 
from letters on ancient sites in Crete, 
in ii. 41-49; visits Mount Juktas, 42 ; 
Prehistoric walls in Italy and Greece, 
in press, v. 31. 

Sto Dionyso, the site of Icaria, A. ix. 
46-47 ; excavations at ; inscriptions 
and objects found, 46-49 ; see also 
Icaria. 

Strabo, translations and editions of, N. 
6 ; on Assos, A. i. 149, C. i. 53 ; on Gar- 
gara, N. iv-vii. 23 ; on (hypothetical) 
bay near Troy, C. i. 1 58 ; on Leleges, 60 ; 
on Neandreia, E. 29; on Olympieion at 
Athens, I. i. 200 ; on Trarpios /3a(n\6t}$, 
37 n. ; on Pedasos, C. i. 62, 63 ; on Pio- 
nia, N. 29; on Salamis, I. i. 256. 

Strack, excavates Dionysiac theatre, I. 
i. 128. 

Stratonicus, on Assos, A. i. 147, C. i. 130. 

Stratonikeia, decree of, in inscription of 
Assos, 2« I. i. 17-25 ; founded, 22 ; 
worship of Dea Roma introduced 
into, 24, 25. 

Stuart, on site of Icaria, G. vii, 48. 

Stuart and Revett, Antiquities of Ath- 
ens, I. i. 188-189. 

Sturgis, Russell, gift to library of Amer- 
ican School, H. i. 7. 

Suarez de Peralta, Juan, Tratado del 
descubrimiento de las Yndias, etc., B. 
ii. 165 n. 

SiidjUllii, inscriptions at, I. iii. 221-223. 

Suetonius, Aug., on Olympieion at Ath- 
ens, I. i. 201-202. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B, = Amer. papers. C, = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



n 



Suidas, Lexicon, s. v. rdpyapa, N. 19 «. ; 
same, s. v. irpariyas, I. i. 125 11. ; on 
Thespis, G. vii. 73. 

Sulla, besieges acropolis of Athens, I. 
i. 136; despoils Olympieion at Ath- 
ens, 195-196. 

Sultan Dagh, pass of, E. 9, 11 j plain 
around, 10. 

Sultan Khan, I. ii. 227, K. 16. 

Siiliik G61, 1, iii. 135. 

Suliiklii G61, canal outlet of, I. iii. 161. 

Sun-god, Babylonian hymns to, in F. 
15-16, 19. 

Sunium, cape, temple on, C. i. 102 ; col- 
umns of, A. i. 119. 

Siirle Tchai, source of, I. iii. 135. 

Susarion, on women, G. vii. 92. 

Swan, Caleb, on houses of the Creeks, 
A. i. 42-43. 

Sweden, mud roofs, A. i. 131. 

Sybaris, a field for archasology, A. vii. 
40 ; proposed excavation of, viii. 41 ; 
inscription of, I. iv. 199-200. 

Syghyrlik, inscription at, I. iii. 311- 

314- 
Symplegades, identified, A. i. 1 19. 
Synizesis in Greek inscriptions, I. iv. 

99-104. 
Syracuse, inscription of, I. iv. 200. 

Tabae, I. ii. 26, K. 5. 

Tabae plain, K. 5-6. 

Tacitus, Annates, I. i. 24 n., 42 n. 

Taliata, identified ; pontoon bridge at, 
A. i. 97J 

Tamashaluk, ruins at, I. iii. 46-47 ; in- 
scriptions at, 47-50. 

Tamaulipas, B. ii. 3-4; ruins in, 6. 

Taraba Hassan, fragmentary inscrip- 
tion at, I. ii. 320. 

Tamoanchan, etymology of, B. ii. 8 n. 

Tanos, B. i. loi ; former abodes of; 
name, A. v. 51 ; see also Tehuas. 

Tantalos, tomb of, 0. i. 151. 



Taos, Indian houses at, A. i. 45. 
Taos pueblo (mih plate), A. i. 50-52. 
Tapia, Andres de, Relacion sobre la con- 
qiiista de Mexico, B. ii. 1 1 «., 61, 167 n., 

173- 

Tarbell, F. B., elected Director of 
American School; his previous ca- 
reer, G. vii. 14. 

Tarentum, a field for archjeology, A. 
vii. 40-41 ; terra-cottas at, 41 ; exca- 
vated by Italian government, viii. 41. 

Tarsos, identified, C. i. 43. 

Tavium, identified, I. ii. 310-311, K. 42- 
44 ; a stronghold of Christianity, I. ii. 
312 seq,; inscriptions at, see Boyiik 
Nefezkieui. 

Tax-gatherers, inscription concerning, 
at Assos, in I. i. 55-57. 

Taylor, F. H., Value of modern Greek 
to the classical student, prepared, G. 
i-iii. 25, (A. V. 109). 

Tchailak, the site of an ancient town, 
I. iii. 276. 

Tchalam Khan, inscription at, I. iii. 

157-158- ^ 

Tchamkieui, inscription at, I. ii. 36, 323. 

Tcharshembe Su, I. iii. 141 ; canon of, 
124. 

Tcharshembe Su (southern), source of, 
I. iii. 135. 

Tchariik Serai (UlumahallU), K. 11 ; in- 
scriptions at, I. ii. 176-178, K. 11; 
villages of, I. ii. 177. 

Tchatak, I, iii. 7. 

Tchaundir, inscription at, L iii. 216. 

Tchaush, ruins at, I. iii. 160; inscrip- 
tion at, 161 ; seal from, 166. 

Tchepel, I. iii. 281. 

Tchetindje Aktche Assar, inscription 
at; Phrygian door found, I. iii. 217. 

Tchetme, inscription at, I. ii. 169. 

Tchiftlikkieui, I. iii. 134. 

Tchihatcheff (Chihachev), P., Asie Mi- 
neure, E. 26, C. i. 8, 49. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



1^ 



INDEX. 



Tchitchekler, inscription at, I. iii. 170- 
171. 

Tchokha Oren, inscription at ; ruins in, 
I. iii. 40. 

Tchorak G61, 1, iii. 425. 

Tchukur, inscription found at, I. iii. 85. 

Tchukur Bagli, sarcophagi at, I. iii. 83. 

Tchiimiir, inscriptions at, I. iii. 327- 
32S. 

Tecomavaca, B. ii. 267; sculptures found 
at, 267, 273. 

Tefeny, inscriptions: 'Awioj *oi/irT€iV7)r, 
I. ii. 67-79; "1 divination from dice, 
79-90, 324; ^Xa^iov 'AvTtoxiavov, 91— 
92 ; Avp. ^iKipos, 92-94 ; 'Exas, 95-96, 
324 ; Aup. AioviKTios, 96-97 ; MeyeAoos, 
97, 324 ; ^'Ep/xais ; A-jjp.'liTpios, 98 ; 'le- 
paiv, 9S-99 ; tliree fragments, 99-ico. 

Tegea, inscription of, I. iv. 193. 

Tehuacan, B. ii. 264. 

Tehuas, eleven pueblos of, identified, 
A. V. 51. 

Tehuas Indians, language, B. i. 18. 

Tekkelik Dagh, I. iii. 277. 

Tel Ibahim, L. 23. 

Tel Jabriyeh, 1. 25. 

Tello, L. 21-22. 

Tempe, mounds near, A. v. 65-66 ; 
mounds at, 66-67. 

Tenedos, harbor of, A. i. 128 ; colonized 
by Tennes, E. 23. 

Ten Kate, studies Pimas of Arizona, 

A. ix. 57. 

Tenochtitlan pueblo, B. ii. 49-50. 
Teohuacan, etymology of, B. ii. 264 «. 
Teotitlan del Valle, ruins at, B ii. 276. 
Teoton hill, B. ii. 252, 260, with ^/ate 

(fig. 6), 22S. 
Tepe Arasii, inscriptions at, I. iii. 103. 
Tepechpam, Mappe de, B. ii. 45. 
Tepeli, I. iii. 309. 
TepoztecatI, J., services to Bandelier, 

B. ii. 123-124; house of, 124-128, 
with p/cj/i; 96. 



Tetlyollotl hill, B. ii. 252, with //afe 

(fig- 7), -2S. 
Tetrisias, A. i. 114. 
Tetzontli, B. ii. 97. 
Texier, Charles, on temple of Assos, 

A. i. 153, 154, C. i. 92; on walls of 

Assos, A. i. 149 ; Description de I'Asie 

Mineure, C. i. 10, II, 99-100, 106-107, 

A. i. 158-159. 
Teyas Indians, identified, B. i. 26, 27. 
Tezcoco, Indian houses at, B. ii. 226-227. 
Tezcucans, origin of, B. i. 3. 
Tezozomoc, Cronica, B. ii. 67 n., 157 n., 

202 «., 214 n. 
Thasos, in 5th century B. c, C. i. 71. 
Thatcher, O. J., a student at American 

School, G. vii. 8 ; special study there, 

43- 

Thebes, inscription of, I. iv. 196. 

Theodorus, an Icarian, G. vii. 84. 

Theodorus, M. Ulp., in inscriptions on 
milestones, I. ii. 241, 246, 284, 294. 

Theodosius I. (emperor), in inscription 
on milestone, I. i. 61 ; in inscription 
at Belcaive, 62. 

Theopithes, an Icarian, G. vii. 89. 

Theoxenou, M. K., Lcs fauilles recentes 
de I'Acropole d'Athenes, A. .v. 87-88. 

Thera, inscriptions of, I. iv. 184-185. 

Theseum, metopes of, A. i. 161. 

Theseus, relief representing, I. i. 140- 
142 ; worship of, 173. 

Thespis, birthplace of, A. ix. 46-47 ; in- 
vention of the drama by, G. vii. 71- 
72 ; plays of, G. vii. 72 ; classic refer- 
ences to, G. vii. 73-74. 

Thessaly, inscription of, I. iv. 202. 

Thiersch, F. ^V., Ueber die Epochen der 
hildenden Kunst unter den Griecken, 
E. 10. 

Thomas, Cyrus, on the ethnology of the 
Mound-builders, A. x. 103 ; Burial 
THOunds of the northern sections of the 
United States, 104. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft 
E, = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School, 



INDEX. 



11 



Thoricus, importance of, I. iv. 2 ; no- 
tices of, by ancient authors, 2-3. 

Thoricus, theatre of, Cushing's essay 
on, in I. iv. 23-34 ; Miller's essay on, 
in i-io; excavated, G.v-vi. 12, A. viii. 
34, ix. 37, G. vii. 33-35, I. iv. i, 27 ; 
cost of excavation, G. v-vi. 25 ; de- 
scribed, I. iv. 3-10, 16, 27-34, with 
plates, frontis., 12, 13, 17, 20, 21 ; 
archaeological notices of, 23-27 ; ca- 
pacity of, 10; date of ; inscription in, 
31 ; objects found in, 30, 31, 34, with 
plate and cuts, 10, 13, 34; theories of 
construction of, 31-34. 

Thracian sea, legend of, A. i. 130. 

Thrasippus, an Icarian, G. vii. 85. 

Thurston, J. D. C, services to Bande- 
lier, B. i. 103. 

Thucydides, on the battle of Salamis, I. 
i. 249 ; on Greek wall at Troy, C. i. 
160 ; on Olympieion at Athens, I. i. 
190 n. ; on positions of ancient cities, 
C. i. 54 ; on Thoricus, I. iv. 2. 

Thynias, identified, A. i. 117. 

Tiberius (emperor), in inscription of 
Geira, I. ii. 12. 

Tierra Fria, B. ii. 28-29 ; teteles in, 29. 

Tiglath-Pileser I., realm of, C. i. 64. 

Tiguas o>-Chiguas, abode and origin of, 
A. v. 50; settlements of, B. i. 19-20. 

Tiguex pueblo, identified, B. i. 17-20, 23. 

Tiguex river, identified, B. i. 20. 

Timocritus, an Icarian, G. vii. 85 ; an- 
other, 88. 

Timogenes, an Icarian, G. vii. 83. 

Tiotohattan, A. i. 31. 

Tirissa, remains of, A. i. 114. 

Tiristis, identified, A. i. 114. 

Tiryns, ruins at, A. x. 68 ; date of walls 
at, 68-69. 

Tisdale, F., elected a member of Man- 
aging Committee of American School, 
G. v-vi. 20. 

Tlacochahuaya, B. ii. 274. 



Tlacolula, B. ii. 274-276 ; fair held at, 

278 ; see also Gui-y-baa. 
Tlacolula vajley, B. ii. 274-276; Indian 

remains in, 322-323. 
Tlapallan, name and site, B. ii. 199. 
Tlaxcaltecans, origin of, B. i. 3. 
Tlaxcaltecos, social organization of, B. 

'i 31-33- 
Tobar, Juan de, CSdice RaTnirez, B. ii. 

63-66, 68-70, 82 n. ; Relacion del ori- 

gen de los hidios que habitan esta Nu- 

eva Espaha, 43 «. 
Tobosas Indians, B. i. 25. 
Tokhmadjik, inscriptions at, I. iii. 276- 

277. 
Tol, I. iii. 161. 
Toltecs, B. ii. 191 ; identified, 7-8, A. iii. 

29 ; ethnology of, B. ii. 253 ; name, 

43-44- 
Tomarza, I. ii. 233. 
Tomba or Tonea, identified, I. ii. 310- 

311, K. 44. 
Tomi, identified; inhabitants of, A. i. 

"3- 

Tonto creek, Indian house, at, A. v. 

63-64. 

Top Gedik, I. iii. 13. 

Top-haneh, arsenal docks at, C. i. 13. 

Torquemeda, Juan de, Monarchia, B. i. 
15 n., ii. 10 «., 24 n., 41 n., 163, 166 «., 
185 n., 186 «., 215 «., 216 n , 250 n. ; 
Los veintiun libros rituales i monar- 
chia Indiana, ii. 7 n. 

Tota Dagh, I. iii. 281. 

Totonacos Indians, B. ii. 12-13. 

Touzla plain, N. 30. 

Touzla river, C. i. 164, 182-183 ; geol- 
ogy of, 178, 210; Greek bridge over, 
16, 42 ; Roman bridge over, 200 ; salt 
springs on, A. iv. 39. 

Touzla village, geology of its vicinity, 
C. i. 198. 

Toy horses in terra-cotta, in Metropoli- 
tan Museum of New York, M. i. 38 n. 



H. = Bull, of School. I, = Papers of School. K, = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L, = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. JI, = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



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INDEX. 



Trade, effect on religious ideas, A. v. 

83- 

Trajan (emperor), bridge over the Dan- 
ube (with cuts), A. i. 97-103 ; bridges 
over the Tormes and the Tagus, 99 ; 
Column, relief on, loi ; expedition 
into Dacia, 105 ; Forum, designer of, 
102; gallery road at Kazan, 96; 
reign of, 102; named in inscription 
of Cremna, I. iii. 319; same at Ilias, 
423 ; at lUegop, 359 ; same on mile- 
stone, ii. 253 ; same of Sebastopolis, 
27 ; represented in bas-relief, A. i. 
102. 

Tralleis, a colony of Argos, I. i. 107; 
called v^mK&fos, 113; guilds at, ii. 
333 ; inscriptions, how copied, i. 93 ; 
office of ayopav6iios in, I. i. 97 ; Olym- 
pic festivals in, 102-104; supply of 
corn, 109. 

Inscriptions : AoWtavSv, I. 94~95 > 
TiPfptov K\aiSiov, 96-97 ; Eirixv, 97 ! 
M. Avp. ScuT^piX'"', 98; M. Au/j. Euci- 
pGffTOVt 98-99 ; 'AvToveCyoVy 100— 104 ; 
'H irSXts... Aioviffiov, 104; *AyTU>velou.,. 
Aiovvffiov, 105-106 ; Avp. Aafias (?), 
106-107; r. ^lovXioy K\avSiav6vt 108- 
109; M. Avpi]\tov SwT^po, I10-H2; 
rbv 5eiva vl6v, 112; t^^' KpdTKTTOV dy- 
eiwarov, 1 13; Germanicus (on mile- 
stone), 113-114; Nervae, 114-116; 
VepfiaviKov, 116; fivrifieiav 'idtrovos, 
117; HaivipSpia, H7-I18; 'Aprsfii- 
Sapos, 118; three fragments, 118-119; 
MtOpiSdrov, 120; r. 'loiJAtoc ^IXi-jrirov 
(two), ii. 325, 326; All Aapaaiip, 326- 
327; Pa(rt\€i»s 6 Selva, 327— 328 ; Aov- 
KiXiav, 328-329; A7)|U^, 330; %va ipavy 
Tffov eavrhv irapex^fiefos^ 33^^33^ J 
MdpKOV AvpT]\iov, 331-332; *AiroAX(5- 

•"o", 332-333 ; 'AflTj^o, 333-334 ; M^ 

vavSpov, 334 ; AvpTj\ias ; Telfiapxav, 
335 ; 'ApsTa(l>l\aSt 336 ; 'AprefilSupoy, 
336-337 ; two fragments, 337-338. 



Tralles, Trallis, see Tralleis. 

Transylvanian Alps, A. i. 95. 

Transylvanian mountains, Roman mines 
in, A. i. 104-105. 

Trapeza, Phoenician capital found at 
(with cut), E. 17-18. 

" Treasurer of the People," G. vii. 84. 

Tres Alamos, A. v. 51. 

Triangular ceilings in Yucatan and 
New Mexico, A. i. 66, 68, 69. 

Tricoupes, negotiations with, for a 
building lot for American School, 
G. v-vi. 29-30. 

Trimeters in Greek inscriptions, I. iv. 
47, 65-66. 

Trinity College, unable to subscribe to 
American School, G. i-iii. 9, (A. iii. 
55) ; co-operates in same, 6. v-vi. 
20. 

Tripods supported on columns, D. 1 1 «. 

Troad, climate of, C. i. 15-16; confed- 
eration of towns of, N. 24-25 ; geol- 
ogy of, Diller's essay (with bibliog- 
raphy), in C. i. 180-215; Greek set- 
tlers in, 3, 4; history of, 51,61-64, 
69-77 ; ""'P of> ^' 27 ; map of south- 
ern part, N. 5 ; prehistoric settlements 
in, C. i. 58-60; prehistoric state of 
arts in, 63; rivers of southern part 
of, N. 18 ; soil of, C. i. 57 ; topogra- 
phy of, 181-184 ; bibliography of 
same, 5 seg. , 165 «. ; volcanic craters 
in, 168. 

Trochaic tetrameter in Greek inscrip- 
tions, I. iv. 66-67. 
Trocmae, in the Troad, C. i. 73. 
Troglodytes, home of, K. 42. 
Troizen, temple of, D. 15. 
Trojan plain (viiih plates) , C. i. 156-157, 

162, 181 ; tumuli of, A. i. 125. 
Trojans, helped by Assyrians in Trojan 

War, C. i. 64. 
Trowbridge, S. B. P., a student at Amer- 
ican School, 6. v-vi. 13, vii. 8, 26; 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D, = Dor. shaft. 
E, = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



79 



in charge of building for same, G. vii. 
38 ; work at School, 43. 

Troy, distance from the Greek ships, 0. 
i. 160-161 ; bay (hypothetical) near, 
158-160; history subsequent to Tro- 
jan war, 143-144; site of, 143-144, 160- 
163; wall near, built by the Greeks, 159. 

Tufts College, invited to co-operate in 
American School, G. iv. 18. 

Tulasa region, outlet of its water, I. iii. 
i8g, I go. 

Tumachemootool village, A. i. 41. 

Tunnies, ancient trade in, A. i. iio-iii. 

Turgyaische, inscriptions at, I. iii. 203- 
206. 

Turkish corruptions of Greek names, 
N. 7 K. 

customs laws, C. i. 17-18. 

provinces, plundering of ruins 

in, A. i. 160. 

words, how transcribed in 

Clarke's Report on Assos, C. i. 2 n. ; 
vocabularies of, in I. ii. v-vi, iii. VI. 

Turks, aversion to labor, C. i. 24; big- 
otry of, 3; capacity for labor, com- 
pared with Greeks, 25; geographical 
ignorance of, I. iii. 45 ; repugnance 
to agriculture, C. i. 57, A. i. 147. 

Turpentine, gathered in C holula, B. ii. 99. 

Tusayan, B. i. 12, 13 ; identified, 15, 16. 

Tuscus (vicus), in inscription of Antio- 
chia (Pis.), I. ii. 140, 143. 

Tusia valley, A. i. 147. 

Tutahaco, see Acuco. 

" Twelve Gods," worship of, at Athens, 
I. i. 170. 

Tyana, identified, C. i. 64. 

Tyler, W. S., elected a member of 
Managing Committee of American 
School, G. i-iii. 12, (A. iv. 50) ; with- 
draws from same, G. vii. 11. 

Tymandos, identified, I. iii. 383. 

Typhus (spotted), Mexican names for, 
B. ii. 19 n. 



Tyre, conquests of, C. i. 65. 

Tzapotecas hill, B. ii. 252, with plate 
(fig. 8), 228. 

Tzapotecos, B. ii. 271-273; invaded by 
Mexicans, 272; pottery of, 273; so- 
cial organization, 308 ; former house 
life of, 325-326 ; communal land ten- 
ure of, 326. 

Tzin (particle), meaning of, B. ii. 33 n. 

Udjessar, rock-cut dwellings at, K. 42. 

Ujek Tepeh, C. i. 148. 

Ulrichs, H. N., on the Pnyx, I. iv. 237, 
239-240. 

Urgiip, I. ii. 306; rock-cut dwellings 
at, K. 42. 

Utch Kilisse, inscriptions at, I. iii. 29, 
149. 

Ulu Borlu, inscriptions : AiAfaj/ 'Avtw- 
vflvav, I. iii. 360-361 ; ToTia, k. t. \., 
361 ; Arifiirpiov (two parts), 362 ; 
Tarlv (two parts), 362-363 ; frag- 
ments, 363 ; 'louAiOS *tA.o5eViroTOS, 
364 ; Al/p. 'AtrxATjiriaSTjj, 364-365 ; 
MdpKov 'loi\iov, 365-365 ; Avp. EIitv- 
XVS Kol UarpUos, 366; 'OKi/nrixoi' 
<ti\6So(ov, 367 ; Tpeffffevriiv 2€/3ctirToS, 
367-368 ; \iiiciov %fpovl)Viov, 368 ; 
A up. ^epov7iptav6v, 36S-369; MclKpiii/a, 
369 ; T. i^Kdovios ^\uoviav6s, 370 ; 
'Afifjilav Kol 'ApTe/iiSapov ; Tarla, 37 1 ; 
... iTiO-Kevaa-a iv rh $', k. t. K., 372- 
373; Avp.ZaiTMSs, 373-374; 'AAe'|a>^ 
Spos 'Apriiidiv ; rhv eavrfis Hi/Spa, 374; 
fragments, 375; 'Ayae6Trous{'!), 375- 
376 ; ZaiTiKhs Kal i\apevT€7i/oi ; Tv/j,- 
jSioSe'as, 377 ; TpolAou; ' kvrioxis, 37S; 
fragments, 379. 

Ulumahallii, inscriptions at, I. ii. 176- 
178. 

Ulu Puiiar, inscriptions at, 1. lu. 103- 
105. 

Umbri, possibly settled Monte Leone, 
A. i. 89-90. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



8o 



INDEX. 



Umbro river, name, A. i. 89, 90. 

Umm-el-Akarib, importance of explor- 
ing, L. 28. 

Union College, given Egyptian antiqui- 
ties, A. ix. 44. 

United States Bureau of Ethnology, 
publications, A. x. loo-ioi ; its meth- 
ods criticised, ix. 55-56, x. 104. 

Department of State, negotia- 
tions regarding excavation of Assos, 
A. ii. 25-26, 30-31, iv. 24; same re- 
garding building lot of American 
School, G. v-vi. 31. 

National Museum, receives col- 



lection of antique pottery, A. ix. 43. 
War Department, Map of N.E. 



Sonora and N. W. Chihitahua, A. vi. 
40 n. 

Usener, Hermann, Altgrieckischer Vers- 
bau, I. iv. 40 n. 

Usuftcha, inscription at, I. ii. 37, 324. 

Utch Geuz, method of copying inscrip- 
tions on, I. i. 93.. 

Utes, origin of, A. v. 79. 

Uxmal pueblo, A. i. 59-66 ; compared 
with Pecos, B. i. 77-7S, «. ; number of 
inhabitants, A. i. 57. 

Uyiiklii, inscriptions at, I. iii. 274-275. 

Vaca, Cabeza de, the historian of Nar- 
vaez's expedition ; Naufragios, B. i. 
6 ; among the Indians, 7. 

Vacapa, identified, B i. viii. 

Valencia, Martin de, Hisioria, B. ii. 

3=3-324- 

Valens, L. Flavins, in inscription at 
Kavak, I. iii. 155. 

Valentini, P. J. J., Mexican paper, B. ii. 
38 «. 

Valentinianus II. (emperor), in inscrip- 
tion on milestone, I. i. 61 ; in in- 
scription from Belcaive, 62. 

Valerianus (emperor), in inscription at 
Kavak, I. iii. 1 54. 



Valley Confederates, conquests of, B. 
ii. 22-25, 32; organization of, 31. 

Van Benschoten, J. C, elected a mem- 
ber of Managing Committee of Amer- 
ican School, G. i-iii. 12, (A. iv. 50) ; 
appointed Director, G. i-iii. 21, (A. 
V. 105), H. i. 29; at Athens, G. iv. 
17 ; visits Peloponnesus and Asia 
Minor, 14, 15 ; negotiations for 
a building lot for American School, 
22-23. 

Van Lennep, Travels in Asia Minor, 
F. 19. 

Vargas, Diego de, Carta, Oct. 16, 1692, 
B. i. no n. 

Vassar College, co-operates in Ameri- 
can School, G. vii. 12. 

Vaugondy, R. de, Asia Minor, E. 25. 

Vazques, Francisco, Relation, B. i. 14 n. 

Velabrus (vicus), in inscription of Anti- 
ochia (Pis.), I. ii. 137, 143. 

Velasco, Fernando de, murder of, B. i. 
121, 122. 

Velleius Paterculus, on Olympieion at 
Athens, I. i. 200 n. 

Velverit Shehiri ruins, I. iii. 181. 

Venezuela, a field for archaeology, A. 
ix. 58. 

Vera Cruz, archaeological importance 
of ruins in, B. ii. 13-15. 

Vera Cruz (city), B. ii. 16, 18-19; yel- 
low fever in, 19-20. 

Verde river, valley of, A. v. 47. 

Vergil, Georg., N. 14, I. i. 139 ». ; on 
the Simois, C. i. 163. 

Vermont University, invited to co-oper- 
ate in American School, G. iv. 18. 

Vernon, Francis, on Olympieion at 
Athens, I. i. 187. 

Vespasianus (emperor), in inscription 
of Palaea Isaura, I. iii. III. 

Vetancurt, Agustin de, Crdnica de la 
prffuincia del Santo Evangelico de 
MSxico, B. i. 14 «., 22 «., 1 13 11., 120 «., 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B, = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F, = Orient antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



121 «., ii. i66 ». ; Teatro mex., 102- 
103. 

Victory, statues of, A. j.. 72, 73. 

Viejo pueblo, walls near, B. ii. 34. 

Vigil, Epifanio, on ruins of Pecos, B. 
i. 83, 85 ; on Indian mode of burial, 
99 n. ; on Indian mode of baking 
pottery, 105. 

Village Indians, see Indians. 

Villa-Sanchez, Juan, Puebla sagrada y 
pro/ana, B. ii. 86 «., 87 «., 88 «. 

Vinche (von), Fischer, undwon Moltke, 
Karte von Kleinasien, C. i. 49. 

Vine, introduction of, into Greece, G. 
vii. 61-64. 

Vinegar, used for splitting rocks, I. iv. 
229-230, «. 

Viollet-le-Duc, E. E., Entretiens sur 
r architecture, Y,. II. 

Virchow, Rudolph, visits Assos, A. i. 
159, C. i. 14. 

Virginia University, subscribes to Amer- 
ican School, G. i-iii. 11, (A. iv. 49) ;- 
withdraws from co-operation in same, 
G. v-vi. 20. 

Virgo (constellation), legendary origin 
of, G. vii. 56. 

Vischer, Erinnerungen und Eindriicke 
aus Griechenland, I. iv. 25; in Neues 
schweizerisches Museum, on the Dio- 
nysiac theatre, i. 157 «., 158, 159, l6o, 
161, 162, 163, 171, 172 «., 173-174. 

Vitruvius, on Dionysiac theatre, I. i. 
126 ». ; on Olympieion at Athens, 
193 «., 195, 198; on origin of the 
Ionic style, E. 10. 

Volusianus (emperor), in inscription on 
milestone, I, ii. 283. 

Von Hahn, excavations at Bali-dagh, 
C. i. 149, 150; excavations at Bunar- 
bashi, 1 52 ; on acropolis of Bali-dagh, 

153- 
Von Richter, O. F., visits Assos ; WaH- 
fahrten im Morgenlande, C. i. 8. 



Voss, Mythologische Briefe, C. i. 112. 

Vowels, quantity in Greek inscriptions, 
I. iv. 69-99 ; shortened before other 
vowels, 107-124; Lewis's essay on 
Attic vocalism, in I. iv. 261-277 ! ^^' 
also Attic vocalism. 

Wachsmuth, Stadt Athen, L i. 126 «. 

Waldstein, Charles, lecture on the study 
of Greek art, A. viii. 37, 38 ; to di- 
rect American School in 18S8, ix. 
49, 50; chosen permanent Director, 
G. v-vi. 38, 48 ; career of, 38-39 ; 
proposed connection with American 
School for 1888-89, vii. 12-13. 

Walker, C. H., a member of Assos Ex- 
pedition, C. i. 16, A. ii. 29; visits 
Trojan plain ; illustrates Lawton's 
Notes on Bundrbashi, C. i. 145 ; Notes 
on the map of the Acropolis of the Bali- 
dagh, in 149, 153-155. 

Walker, J. D., on Montezuma, A. 
V. 49; on traditions of the Pimas, 
s8o. 

Wallace, Governor, on grain of New 
Mexico, B. i. 82 n. 

Walters, E. K., on a grave at Pecos, B. 
i. 97. 

Ward, W. H., in charge of Wolfe Ex- 
pedition to Babylonia, A. ri. 43, vii. 
36, L. 6; visits museums of Europe, 
L. 6-8 ; Report on Wolfe Expedition, 
A. vii. 35. 

Ware, W. R., elected a member of 
Managing Committee of American 
School, G. v-vi. 10 ; directs erection 
of building for School, 27, 33; de- 
scription of building, in 34-37. 

Webb, P. B., Topographic de la Troade, 
C. i. 8. 

Wecklein, Curce epigraphiae, I. iv. 71. 

Weiser, Conrad, visit to the Ononda- 
gas, A. i. 34-35. 

Welcher, Felsaltar des hochsten Zeus, I. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterretl's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, I.amponia. 

6 



82 



INDEX. 



jv. 208 »., 236, 239-241, 253; Pnyx 
oder Pelasgikon, I. iv. 242. 

Wellesley College, co-operates in Amer- 
ican School, 6. v-vi. 21. 

Wesleyan University, subscribes to 
American School, G. i-iii. g, (A. iii. 

SS)- 

Wheeler, J. R., studies theatre of Dio- 
nysus, G. i-iii. 15, (A. iv. 53) ; Thea- 
tre of Dionysus, in I. i. 121-179; 
same, prepared, G. i-iii. 25, (A. v. 
109). 

Wheeler, John H., elected a member 
of Managing Committee of Ameri- 
can School, G. iv. 18. 

White, J. W., resigns chairmanship of 
Managing Committee of American 
School, G. v-vi. 24. 

Wilcox, A. M., work at the American 
School, H. ii. 14. 

Williams College, unable to subscribe 
to American School, G. i-iii. 20, (A. v. 
104) ; co-operates in same, G. v-vi. 21. 

Wilson, Sir Daniel, Prehistoric man, A. 
X. 104-105. 

Winckelmann, J. J., on excavation at 
Olympia, A. x. 49 ; Versuch einer 
Allegorie, besonders fuer die JCunst, 
£. 10. 

Window supports, inscribed, I. iii. 183. 

Winsor, Justin, Narrative and critical 
history of America, Vol. I., A. x. loi. 

Wolfe, Catherine L., services to Ster- 
rett, G. iv. 12, v-vi. 19; pays expen- 
ses of publishing Sterrett's Epigraph- 
ical journey in Asia Minor, vii. 37 ; 
pays expenses of Wolfe Expedition 
to Babylonia, L. 6 ; also of Wolfe 
Expedition to Asia Minor, I. iii. V, 3. 

Wolfe Expedition to Asia Minor, Ster- 
rett's essay on, I. iii. ; expense of, 
paid by Miss Wolfe, I. iii. v, 3 ; see 
also Sterrett. 

Wolfe Expedition to Babylonia, Ward's 



Report on, L. ; same, A. vii. 36-37, G. 
iv. 12 ; inscriptions of, in I. iii. 433- 
448. 

Wolff, J. H., Aesthetik der Baukunst, 
E. 10. 

Woman, status among the Mexican In- 
dians, B. ii. 146-147. 

Wordsworth, Athens and Attica, I. iv. 
24-25. 

Wright, T. L., a student at the Ameri- 
can School, G. v-vi. 13, vii. 26; Ap- 
preciation of nature, etc., v-vi. 15, 

vii- 33- 
Wright (of Baughl's Sidings), services 

to Bandelier acknowledged, B. i. 40. 
Wrigley, Maxwell, a member of the 

Assos Expedition, A. ii. 29, C. i. 16. 

Xaga, remains at (with plates), B. ii. 
309-311; records of, 310; name, 310 «. 

Xanthus river, C. i. 165. 

Xenocrates, at Assos, C. i. 72, A. i. 157. 

Xenophon, Hellen., on Neandreia, E. 
29; same, on temple of Athena at 
Athens, I. i. 216; same, on Thoricus, 
iv. 2. 

Xerxes, at the battle of Salamis, I. i. 
239 seq-, 250, 251, A. i. 134; passage 
of the Hellespont, A. i. 123-124; pon- 
toon bridges of, 106. 

Ximera pueblo, identified, B. i. 23. 

Yaghdjilar, inscription at, I. iii. 274. 

Yaghmur Tash, I. ii. 38 ; name, 324. 

Yaka-Emir, see Yakanbir. 

Yakanbir, inscription at, I. iii. 215. 

Yakka, inscription at, I. iii. 278. 

Yalak, inscriptions at, K. 25 ; inscrip- 
tions : Imp. Philippus, I. ii. 259-260 ; 
fragment, 260 ; milestone inscribed in 
Greek (fragment), 260-261 ; x"'?'— > 
261. 

Yale College, supports scheme of 
American School, G. i-iii. 6, 7, (A. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Insl. B, = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



INDEX. 



83 



iii. 52, 53) ; subscribes to same, G. i- 
iii. 9, (A. iii. 55). 

Yali Hiiyiik; inscription at, I. iii. 133. 

Yalowadj (Antiochia Pisidias), inscrip- 
tions : Atrp. Aioy{iatop, 1. ii. 121-122; 
Antioch., 122; AovKiovis, 123; Sf- 
KoCxSoc, 123; P(ubUi) £(ilio), 124-126; 
P. Anicio, 126-127; '^g- Aug., 128; 
C. Albucio, 129-130; C. Novio (two), 
130, 131 ; AovkIov evyaripa, 134-135; 
sanctissimi Antonini, 136; C. Arrio 
(three), 137-139; Cn. Dottio (three), 
139-143; provinciae Syrise, 144; vivi 
vivis, 145; Petilia, 145-146; frag- 
ment, 146; Pietati Augustorum, 146- 
147 ; Cn. Pompeio ; Nonius ; Ti. 
Claudio, 148 ; six fragments, 149- 
150; r. *Ao. lou., 151; Keintos, 152; 
A. yia\ios *Aaftos, 1 53 ; Avp-riKia Oia- 
AcWiWa, 153-154; A. KaKirovpvLov 
'Priyetviavdv, 154-155; AvpTjKlou Kaf 
SlSou, 155-156; X'^P^i idvris,.., 156; 
'Aprefieiata, 1 57; K\. 'louKOvrSos, 157- 
1 58 ; 2aA7j/a ^arovpviva, 1 58-1 59 ; 
Ovipla Aofiva, 159 ; IleiV&ji/, 1 60 ; 
K6ivTos Movv-^rios Evtvxt}s, 160-161 ; 
two fragments, 161 ; ^aroupvuvos ; 
Ki/oSia, 162; 'Io6\ios{^) Zwtik6s; AkJ- 
Sopos, 163; TcKya, 164. 

Yalowadj-Salir, inscriptions at, I. iii. 
220-221, 429. 

Yalowadj-Sofular, inscriptions at, I. iii. 
218-220, 429. 

Yarpuz (Arabissus), inscriptions at, E. 
35-36; inscriptions near, I. ii. 291- 
292 ; inscriptions ; three fragments, 
I. ii. 285; iiKdypios, 286 I 'A^fiavros, 
286-287; 'louarivov ; MS, 287 ; Mapla, 
288. 

Yataghan, I. iii. 189. 

Yaziilii (near Tchandyr), inscriptions, 
I. iii. 315-317. 

Yaztii Veran, name, I. iii. 383 ; inscrip- 
tions : Tj'mandenis, 384-387 ; Hercu- 



li; fragment, 387 ; 'Epnoyfvris, k.t.\., 
Abp. Ti^eptavds Tei/iiJfleoj, 388 ; 'Apri- 
fiuv, 3S9 ; TaTTo, 390 ; Tl6whws AXKios 
KdvSiOs, 390-391 ; Abp. Aioyiaios, 
391; AdSa; Tsi/i^s, 392 ; AclfiKos ; 
NeUu>v Kal NflKri, 393 ; 6 Seiva..., 394 ; 
MeydySpov, 394-395 ; 'AaKXijwti^ ; 
'A-rdKtf, 395 ; ti^vveas ; 'khi^avipos ; 
rixvoi^, 396 ; Miji/ti^iAos ; 'AtttSj, 
"■ r- X; 397 ; ra\oT6i'j, 398 ; frag- 
ments, 398-399. 

Yemen, I. ii. 143-144 ; inscriptions at, 
134- 

Yenidje, inscription at, I. ii. 10. 

Yeiiidje Tchiftlilt, remains at, I. iii. 
184 ; inscriptions at, 185. 

Yeni-Share, geology of its vicinity, C. i. 
196. 

Yer Koprij, I. iii. 52. 

Yoliarii Ivzit, sepulchres at, I. iii. 80. 

Yokarii Khadem, I. iii. 96. 

Yokaru Kotchash, inscription at, I. iii. 

38-39- 

Yokaru Sorkun, I. iii. 136. 

Yokha, L. 21. 

Yoniislar, quarried stones near, I. iii. 96 ; 
ruins at, 190; inscriptions, 190-191. 

Yucatan, at time of Spanish conquest, 
A. i. 57, 58 ; after same, 58, 59 ; de- 
struction of ruins in, iii. 36; progress 
of archaeology in, i. 73 seq. 

Yucca plant, uses of, by Indians, A. 
V. 96. 

Yuque-Yunque, identified, B. i. 23, 24. 

Yztac-cihuatl or Yztac-tepetl, mount 
(with plate), B. ii. 35, 36, 100, 106- 
iio; name, 35«. ; statues found on, 
260-261. 

"Zachariah's chiflik " at Bunarbashi, 

C. i. 148. 
Zarate Salmeron, Geronimo de, Report 

on the Church in New Mexico, B. i. 

120. 



H- = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M- = Bull, of Inst. N- = Gargara, Lamponia. 



84 



INDEX. 



Zartavul Yakassii, mount, ascent of, I. 
iii. 13-14. 

Zayi pueblo (with //o&'), A. i. 66-70. 

Zela, identified, C. i. 64. 

Zengi, I. iii. 281. 

Zengibar Kalesi (Palaea Isaura), I. ii. 
232, E. 18 ; rock-cut tombs near ; 
sarcophagus near, I. iii. 106; set also 
Palaea Isaura ; inscriptions : MdpKoy 
Aiifytj\tQV, 106-107 j TtipKvva Beppav, 
107-108; ^^trrifiioi/ ^evTJpoy, 108; 
rhv SeiuOj 109; Vla^ifiiav^, I09-I10; 
T. Flavio, I lo-i 1 1 ; *. 'Ep/i^s, 1 1 1 ; 
M. Avp7]\loVf 112 ; 'Adpiavm, 1 13 ; 
Upeta-Kos (two), 114, 1 15, 427-428; 
'ASpiavov (two), 116—117; Avp. A6fii/a, 
117 ; Avp. 'Ope^TTCivav, 1 1 7-1 18 ; 
'OpiffTTis, 118; Aiip. 'ABiivaiov, 118- 
119; Koirar ; VetrropoSt 1 19; 'lovKios'j 
*Fovipeiya ; ZSejSaiTTors ; Avp. Ad\aSf 
120; MdpKov; fragment, 121. 



Zerghfll, L. 22. 

Zeus, altar at Pergamon; frieze of 
same, A. x. 53-55 ; temple at Olym- 
pia, sculptures of, 50 ; worship of, in 
districts around Athens, I. iv. 243- 
244, 247 ; see also Zeis in Greek Index. 

Ziaret Serai, inscription at, E. 35. 

Zibliye, L. 20. 

Ziller, Ernst, and Carl Heise, map of 
Asia Minor, C. i. 50. 

Ziyaret Serai, inscriptions near, I. ii. 
288-289. 

Zumarraga, Historia de los Mexicanos 
for sus pinturas, B. ii. 172-176, 185 «. 

Zuiii, Indian houses at, A. i. 45, v. 41 . 

Zuiii Indians, organization of, A. v. 39 ; 
mythology, 39-40; origin, 40; tradi- 
tions, 40-42, 80 ; houses, 41-42 ; ter- 
ritory, 42 ; costume, 76 ; migration 
northward, 84. 



A. = Ann. rept. of Inst. B- = Amer. papers. C- = Class, papers, "Q. = Dor. shaf^. 
£. = Proto-Ion. cap. 'S. = Orient, antiq. G- = Ann. rept. of SchooL 



GREEK INDEX. 



'\ya9ov Aal/jiopos (a throw at dice), L 

ii. 87. 
'AyaSoD Kp6i'ou (a throw at dice), I. ii. 

89. 
&ya\iia, placed on a column, D. 11, I2. 
'ASpiiveia Iv 'E<f)f<r(j>, in inscription at 

Kara Baulo, I. iii. 292. 
ifi in Greek versification, I. iv. 72. 
'AeToC Aiis (a throw at dice), I. ii. 87. 
'AS^vaioc, inscription of the Erech- 

theion, I. i. 229. 
'Aflrjras (a throw at dice), in inscription 

of Anabura, I. iii. 213. 
'kSivt) or 'k6i\vaii\, in inscriptions of 

Attica, I. iv. 175, 203 ; of Ceos, 182 ; 

of Elatea, 196 ; of Megara, 188 ; of 

Tefeny, ii. 87. 
'Aeiiviov, I. i. 176-177. 

Bov\cua, I. i. 165. 

fleiKri(t>6pos, in inscription of 

Tchaush, T. iii. 161. 

rioAios, in inscription of Assos, 



I- i- 33- 

SKipds, site of her temple on 



Salamis, I. i. 260. 
at (diphthong), pronunciation of, I. iii. 

59- 
'A/cpa, a name of Tirissa, A. i. 114. 
"AKeia (games), where held, I. i. ri2. 
'AAKiircJ^T/F, n. At\., in inscription of 

Kavakavak, I. ii. 6. 
'Ai/oKej, worship of, at Athens, I. i. 172. 



'Av6SiKo!, name, I. i. 9. 
'AyTioxis, name, I. i. 42. 
dTnjy^iox^Ta, word, I. iii. 104. 
'A7r<(A\a)j', in inscriptions of Delos, I. 

iv. 182, 202 ; of Epidaurus, 190-192 ; 

in inscription near Kiosk, ii. 8; of 

Rhodes, iv. 185. 

Aa^V7i(p6pos, I. i. 174. 

A^Aios, worship of, at Athens, 

I. i. 165. 

Ziiffriipios, I. i. 175. 

TlaTpajos, I. i. 168. 



'AtiSAAmi', ^o70os, in inscriptions at Ya- 
ziilii, I. iii. 317. 

' AnoW^yios, in inscription of Heraclea, 
I. ii. 18; of Tralleis, i. 118. 

'AiriWavos UvSiov (a throw at dice), in 
inscription of Anabura, I. iii. 213. 

'Apius Bovplov (a throw at dice), in in- 
scription of Anabura, I. iii. 212-213. 

' Apravii^a t^s TloTafxias, I. iii. 54- 

'ApTefieia-ia Iv 'Ecpftrtp, in inscription at 
Kara Baulo, I. iii. 292. 

'Apre/iis 'EirnrvpyiSia, in inscription in 
Dionysiac Theatre, I. i. 164. 

KoXaivts, I. i. 167. 

'Apxato\oytKbv AeATtor, A. X. 79* 

apxlarpo!, functions of, I. ii. 16. 

'AcTKK'fiwLos, in inscription of Attica, I. 
iv. 169 «. ; of Epidaurus, 190-193. 

"Aa-npn 0dKa(r(ra, a name of the Medi- 
terranean, A. i. 127. 



H. = Bull, of School. I. = Papers of School. K. = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



86 



GREEK INDEX. 



aaaoi, aaaa, as endings in names of 
towns, C. i. 61-62, A. iv. 42, 43. 

'A0po5/t7)s OSpovios \sic\ (a throw at 
dice), in inscription of Anabura, I. iii. 
214. 

BiiKou, name, L iii. 65. 

Bairxos, in inscription of Attica, I. iv. 

177- 
Ba\i3i'AA7ia iv 'Y.<fiia<f, in inscription at 

Kara Baulo, I. iii. 292. 
BatriAcus, vdrpios, functions of, I. i. 37. 
BairiA.ios (emperor), in inscription of 

Kotchash, I. ii. 171. 
Baair^v, name, I. iii. 71. 
B\a/37)s (a throw at dice), in inscription 

of Anabura, I. iii. 214. 
$ov(iyoi, function of, I. i. 166. 
Bpria-ayevTis, name, I. j. 23 ». 
Bpijirevs, name, I. i. 23 «. 
BpTj(riK\TJSj name, I. i. 23. 
Bprj(r<ra, promontory, the seat of cult of 

Dionysos, I. i. 23 ; name, 23 k. 

yipyapa, derivation of, N. 15. 

7^, elided in inscriptions, I. iv. 149. 

re6pyio5, "A710S, in inscription of Is- 

parta, I. ii. 118. 
r^i/TTTos, n. Ai/ciy., in inscription of Tral- 

leis, I. i. 94. 
ypaij.ixaTo<pi\a\, functions of, I. i. 57. 
rinriJTroAij, identified ; legends of, A. i. 

121. 

Lalnovos 'Ixealov (a throw at dice), I. 

ii. 89. 
^aiiJLOvos yiiytarev (a throw at dice), I. 

ii. 87. 
Advis, name, I. iii. 75. 
Se, elided in inscriptions, I. iv. 138-147. 
Aioyev^s Euepy^TTjs, I. i. 175. 
Atovv(7iK\7iSt name, 1. i. 23. 
AioviStrios, in inscription of Attica, I. iv. 

177- 



Atovwtos (of Laodikeia), in inscription 

of Tralleis, I. i. 105. 
At6yviros Av\o>vevs, I. i. 174. 
'ETrTJ/cooi, in inscription of Ka- 

yalil, I. ii. 112. 

■ MiKTrdfifvos, I. i. 166. 



AAs'AiMiiovos (a throw at dice), I. ii. 88. 
KaraxBoviov (a throw at dice), in 

inscription of Anabura, I. iii, 214. 
Kepavviov (a throw at dice), I. 

ii. 89. 
K-niaiou (a throw at dice), I. ii. 

89. 

Sew'ou (a throw at dice), I. ii. 88. 

• SaiT^pos (a throw at dice), L ii. 



88. 
toynaroypiipos, word, I. i. 57. 

EtKiii'Es, given to benefactor of a city, I, 

i. 44. 
EIkovIv, form of name, I. i. 117. 
ftKocri, elided in inscriptions, I. iv. 1 53- 

154. 
ci/if, elided in inscriptions, I. iv. 152— 

eU and h, interchange of, I. iv. 269. 

etVo^wyrfs, name, I. L 112. 

eifTiT-tipia, I. i. 165. 

'EKdrri 'Etritrvpyidla, statue of, I. i. 164. 

'EWdviKos, in inscription of Assos, I. i. 

32 ; family of, 33, 38. 
'EWairis, in inscription of Assos, I. i. 

33; erects sepulchral slab, 34. 
'E\-triSos 'A7oe5s (a throw at dice), I. 

ii. 89. 
li/edSf, elided in inscriptions, I. iv. 138- 

141. 
e{T777;Taf, functions of, I. i. 154. 
'EiTiyoi'tayos, Tij8. KAavS., in inscription 

of Tralleis, I. i. 96. 
'Eirixe/Kia iv 'E^iaip, in inscription at 

Kara Baulo, I. iii. 202. 
'Ep/irjs, in inscription of Olympia, I. iv. 

194. 



A = Ann. rept. of Inst B. = Amer. papers. C. = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shaft. 
E. = Proto-Ion. cap. F. = Orient, andq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



GREEK INDEX. 



8; 



'Ep/tJSwpo;, n. Aft., in inscription of 

Kavakavak, I. ii. 6. 
'Ep^oD K.if&im6fov (a throw at dice), I. 

ii. 89. 
"S,flj.o\> TerpayuvflTov (a tlirow at dice), 

in inscription of Anabura, I. iii. 214. 
i<r<ri {MoVic form), found in inscription 

of Assos, I. i. 6. 
itrrl, elided in inscriptions, I. iv. 152- 

153- 

?Ti, elided in inscriptions, I. iv. 153-154. 

IV (diphthong), pronunciation of, I. iii. 
171. 

Eidpearos, M. AJp., in inscription of 
Tralleis, I. i. 99, 105. 

Ev$o<ria or EvTtoaia (goddess), in in- 
scriptions, I. iii. 193-194; identified, 
194. 

E\ik\t\s, in inscription of Sybaris, I. iv. 
199. 

EuTi/x')Si in inscription of Tralleis, I. 
i. 97. 

Eu^poffiJnjs (a throw at dice), in inscrip- 
tion of Anabura, I. iii. 213. 

'Ei^Tj/iepls apxaioXoyjKij, I. iv. l6l- 
202 passim, A. x. 80. 

Isipij0oi, functions of, I. i. 163. 

'Ex^Aaos, name, I. i. 16-17. 

Za0Si$a\oi, I. iii. 442. 

Zeis, in inscription of Dodona, I. iv. 
170 «.; of Epidaurus, 191, 192; of 
Olympia, 173 «.; of Tefeny, ii. 87. 

'A-yopatos, statue of, in the Pnyx, 

I. iv. 214. 

'AaTpTit>6s, I. iii. 47 ; in inscrip- 
tions of Astra, I. iii. 48, 49. 

$ov\a7cis, I. i. 165. 

cK Ueia'Tjs, I. i. 169. 

iv TlaWaSiip, I. i. 166. 

'EiriKipTTios, I. ii. 253-254. 

'EpKeibs, altar at Athens, I. i. 



229. 



- Aapdffios, named in inscription 



of Tralleis, I. ii. 327 ; worshipped in 

Tralleis, i. in. 
Zeiij Mtyio-Toj, in inscriptions of Ico- 

niuni, I. ii. 209, 210; of Sazak, in. 
'OKvfiwios, worship of, at Athens, 

I. i. 157, 205. 
'OjU((r'iooj, in inscription of As- 
sos, I. i. 36. 
no\ie6s, worshipped at Athens, 

I.i. 156. 
Scipoiris, in inscription at Kara 

Baulo, I. iii. 300. 

■ Zavd(ws, in inscription of Kara- 



manlii, I. ii. 54, 56. 
SwT^p, I. i. 169; in inscription 

of Assos, 51. 

T^Aeios, I. i. 173. 

*iAios, I. i. 170. 

"TrroTor, I. iv. 247 ; altar of, in 



the Erechtheion, I. i. 232. 

"TxjiurTos, worship of, in Athens, 



I. iv. 240-241, 242. 
Zuffas MoAoircis, in inscription of Hadji 
Eyuplu, I. ii. 15. 

Tj (letter), old pronunciation of, I. iii. 

59; pronunciation of, 91. 
'Hyiaaayopas, name, I. i. 17. 
"HAios SeA^vij, in inscription of Dodru 

Agha, I. ii. 32. 
'HpaK\eovs (a throw at dice), I. ii. 88. 
'HpoKA^s, in inscription of Delos, I. iv. 

182; same of Metapontum, 199. 
^pais, in Greek versification, I. iv. 72-73. 
"Hpcos 'ETTtTeytos, I. i. 172. 
'll(paiiTTiwj', Ti/3. KAaijS., in inscription 

of Tralleis, I. i. 96. 

Gefits, I. iii. 296. 

9f6s, in names of emperors, I. i. 53. 

SuTlxios, altar of the, I. i. 156. 

hpebs \i8o(p6pos, functions of, I. i. 173- 
174. 



H. = Bull, of .School. I. = Papers of School. K, = Sterrett's Prelim, rept. L. = Ward's 
Wolfe exped. M. = Bull, of Inst. N. = Gargara, Lamponia. 



88 



GREEK INDEX. 



hpebs Tov Arifiov Kot tuv XapirtaVj func- 
tions of, I. i. 163. 

Uptaa-a, word, I. iii. 21. 

UpoiJLVi/iiioves, functions of, I. i. 158. 

Upotj>avTns, functions of, I. i. 165. 

'Upavls, in inscription of Makuf,I. ii. 19. 

'I/iay, name, I. iii. 224. 

'1/ili.as, name, I. iii. 54, 62. 

itrcros, i<T<ra, as endings in names of 
towns, C. i. 61-62. 

'IffvWos, psean of (inscription), in I. iv. 
190-193. 

'ludvvris (emperor), in inscription of 
Iconium, I. ii. 211; same of Kot- 
chash, 171. 

Kaiidpa, word, I. i. 81. 

KapSovxot, modern descendants of, E. 

38. 
Kios, I. i. 252 «. 
icfipv^ travay-fis koI lepeOst functions of, 

I. i. 163. 

m/StoTioy (coffer-dam) of the Romans, 
A. i. 98. 

Ki'cui', word, D. 12 H. 

K\e6iiopyos, name, I. i. 17. 

Kvu, name, I. iii. 91. 

Koivi 'Actios iv Kv(tK<p, in inscription at 
Kara Baulo, I. iii. 292. 

Kotvhy BeiBuvCas iv N€tK0jU7}Seff, in In- 
scription at Kara Baulo, I. iii. 292. 

KoTTiJvij, name, I. iii. 59. 

Kpavaol, settlement of, in Athens, I. iv. 
244, 247. 

Kp6yov TfKvoqidyov (a throw at dice), in 
inscription of Anabura, I. iii. 213. 

Kvv6iTovpaf I. i. 252 ». 

AaStKfi, in inscription of Dodru Agha, 

I. ii. 30. 
AdpixoSj name, I. i. 73, 
AoTijuos, name, I. i. 17. 
Aax^o'is, in inscription of Epidaurus, I. 

iv. 192. 



Xoyiariis (curator urbis), functions of, 

I. ii. 123. 
AoAA.ia 'Ayrtoxis, in inscription of As- 

sos, I. i. 40, 41. 
AoWia 'ApA'liyiWa, in inscription of As- 

sos, I. i. 33 ; family of, 33, 38. 

Iiadarap, word, I. iii. 178. 

Mo^ais, name, I. iii. 73. 

Md/tas, name, I. iii. 275. 

I/lav6aPPai\fluv <pu\-ti, I. iii. 442. 

Jiavpri @d\a(r<Ta, A. i. 118. 

jue, elided in inscriptions, I. iv. 136- 

138- 
MeXfTttiK, in inscription of Tralleis, I. i. 

100, 102. 

M'tiv (god), in inscription of Antiochia 
(Pis.), I. ii. 151. 

Karax^ivios, in inscription of Ico- 
nium, I. ii. 200. 

VleirdfiPpios, in inscription of Te- 

feny, I. ii. 94. 

To\7)(7ewi', in inscription of Te- 

feny, I. ii. 94. 

Kriyhs (j>a(T(t>bpov (a throw at dice), in 
inscription of Anabura, I. iii. 213. 

MTjTpis @eiav (a throw at dice), in in- 
scription of Anabura, I. iii. 213-214. 

MoTpa, in inscription of Cyme, I. iv. 
188 ; same of Elatea, 198. 

yioipav (a throw at dice), I. ii. 87. 

yioipiay iiTKpavuy (a throw at dice), in 
inscription of Anabura, I. iii. 212. 

KowdTtos, Tlo. AouK., in inscription of 
Tralleis, I. i. 94. 

Muppiyous (deme), I. i. 167. 

" V movable," in Greek inscriptions, L 

iv. 158-160. 
Nei/cris (a throw at dice), I. ii. 87. 
m/jLeats oupayioj I. i. 171. 
Ni/ciiTTpoTos, in inscription of Sto Dio- 

nyso, A. ix. 48. 
Ni'i/yoj, name, I. iii. 59. 



A, = Ann. rept. of Inst 

E, = Proto-Ion. cap 



B. = Amer. papers. C, = Class, papers. D. = Dor. shall. 
F, = Orient, antiq. G. = Ann. rept. of School. 



GREEK INDEX. 



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'S.hoi T€Kii6peiOL, I. iii. 432. 

8S€, elided in inscriptions, I. iv. 138- 

141. 
'OXi/xTTfia iv AaKfSatfiovi, in inscription 

at Kara Baulo, I. iii. 292. 
opBoTraiia, word, I. iii. 168. 
'OpydijAeis, in inscriptions of KaramanlU, 

I. ii. 48, 52, 54, 56, 65; same of Te- 

feny, 75, 92. 
OiisvTiWa, name in inscription of Anti- 

ochia (Pis.), !■ ii. 154. 
Oiiti) [siir], name, I. iii. 56. 

Uave\KT}veia iv 'A.6'fivais, in inscription 

at Kara Baulo, I. iii. 292. 
HaTrnaSSTTovKos-KepafieijSj 'A., letter to 

Sterrett, in I. i. 1 1 1 k. 
napafxovdpios, word, I. iii. 1 78. 
nep<Te(p6v€ia, in inscription of Sybaris, 

I. iv. 200. 
TToiiiv, in Greek versification, I. iv. 70- 

71- 
Tl6vTos &^ivos, a name of the Black Sea, 

A. i. 117. 
TloaeiSaiv, in inscription of Corinth, I. 

iv. 188, 189; same of Elatea, 197. 
Tai^oxos Kal *Epex^ei5?, I. i 



167. 



'Ett^/coos, in inscription of Ka- 



yalii, I. ii. 112. 
^vrdKixtos, I. i. 164. 



TloaeiSuvos (a throw at dice), in inscrip- 
tion of Anabura, I. iii. 212. 

TToTc, elided in inscriptions, I. iv. 149- 
150, 

TIpeiaKos, r. 'ErpeiKtos P'fjytWos Aafiipios, 
in inscriptions of Palasa Isaura, I. iii. 
114, 115. 



vp6cr6e, elided in inscriptions, I. iv. 149- 

150. 
TTvpipdpoi, functions of, I. i. 162. 

SaTopvl\os, in inscription of Assos, I. i. 
62 ; put to death by Eudokia, 63. 

(re, elided in inscriptions, I. iv. 136-138. 

2e^ao"Ta iv NeairoAi, in inscription at 
Kara Baulo, I. iii. 292. 

a-Te(f>avn</i6pos, functions of, I. ii. 16. 

(Tri)KT], word, D. 12 n. 

2aif((TroA.is, a name of ApoUonia, A. i. 
116. 

Su^ui' (god), I. ii. 97 ; named in in- 
scription at Orenkieui, iii. 216; of 
Tefeny, ii. 96 ; identified, 324. 

SoiT^ipixos, M. Aup., in inscription of 
Tralleis, I. i. 98, 99. 

Taras, name, I. iii. 58. 

re, elided in inscriptions, I. iv. 147- 

149. 
nxv'^To.i, I. i. 168. 
Tpv<l>eplv, form of name, I. i. 117. 
Tux'js (a throw at dice), I. ii. 88. 
Tixvs EiSal/j-oms (a throw at dice), I. 

ii. 87. 

vt6s, in Greek versification, I. iv. 71-72. 
vths 7r<jA.ews, phrase, I. i. 48. 

(patdpuvrai or (patSwrat, functions of, I. 

i. 169, 172, 205. 
^lAiraipos, see Lollius, Quintus. 

XpTjcTe Kal ^Auire X^^P^t phrase, I. iii. 
433- 

\|/aAis, I. iii. 302.